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Posted by on October 25, 2012

Whole and what I believe are hiatus concretions found along the banks of the Chattahoochee in Early County. I didn’t really know what these were, so I did some reading this morning. Thankfully, this is one of the few places where I have had AT&T service, so I could use the iPad.



3 Responses to Concretions

  1. Kevin O'Connell

    That’s a marvelous discovery, Robert! What a find! I am taking such joy out of reading your account that I have some shadow of a sense of the wonder you are encountering every day. Blessings and God speed. Or maybe you’d rather He slow you down a bit?

  2. Jack Anthony

    I had to look up the meaning of “concretion”. Interesting. My mother used to tell our children the Indian legend of how the rock pile at Stone Pile Gap “grew and grew”. It caused some lingering confusion with one of our daughters. She will be pleased to know that there are rocks that really do grow.

    It will not be long before you reach the Apalachicola River. I boated on a large portion of that river with Mac Callaham a while back and that is one big expanse of water. But unlike the lakes, it does have a nice current. Your posts are interesting and I am enjoying your trip along with you and a lot of others.

    • Robert Fuller

      Thanks, Jack. We expect to see David and Marilyn in Apalachicola. Maybe we’ll get lucky and see Mac and Pat, too. I am thrilled that you are enjoying the blog — a little payback for the great pleasure that I have gotten from your books. My best to June.

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