Fall Family Fun Fest on George's Blood Mountain

Yes, it's "Neel Gap." No, nobody ever gets it right. ~~ Photograph by Robert Sutherland

Yes, it's "Neel Gap." No, nobody ever gets it right. ~~ Photograph by Robert Sutherland

By George, Saturday is going to be a great day at Mountain Crossings at Walasi-yi as they host their Fall Family Fun Fest!

Head to Neel Gap on Saturday, September 27, 2014, for music, gear raffles, a s'mores station and more.

It's Family Hiking Day! Bring your family or come and meet a new one.

George Seamon and her fabulous crew have the pumpkins on display, the Barker Brothers tuning their instruments and the food lined up. She has even reserved perfect fall weather for this delightful event.

thru coverNews Flash! ~ Richard Judy, author of THRU: An Appalachian Trail Love Story, will be signing books at around 3:30 Saturday. Richard donates 100% of the book's proceeds to the Appalachian Trail Museum!

That's a great deal for everyone.

Live music will kick off at 1 p.m. with the Barker Brothers Bluegrass Band. Angie Herndon, with Mountain Hope Pottery, will give a demonstration on her wheel at 2 p.m.

Hikers can talk with gear representatives and have the chance to win new gear, including daypacks, headlamps, trekking poles and more.

All proceeds from the raffle will benefit the Georgia Appalachian Trail Club.

Come to the Fall Family Fun Fest at Mountain Crossings

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About the Author Robert Sutherland:
Robert Sutherland is a travel writer enjoying life. Robert has two adult daughters and six grandchildren.
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