It’s Fall Ya’ll. Why does everyone spell it Y’all?
I have always spelled it Ya’ll, because that’s more phonetic. Am I right?
5 Things to Do in Georgia in the Fall Ya’ll
- Go apple picking. Our school went last year and we chose to pick 2 10lb bags. If you are allergic to wasps or bees I don’t recommend this activity, just saying. Here are the things you can make with apples, apple butter in the crockpot, apple crisp. I heat up butter sometimes and add brown sugar, sliced apples, cinnamon and vanilla (after heat is off) it is amazing on pancakes. Some people even put apples in their tuna fish! Try it.
- Go to a Corn Maze. Pretty similar to apple picking but you get lost and smell like corn. Here is a $2 off coupon for Corn Dawgs located in Loganville.
- Go leaf viewing in the mountains. Here is a great leaf foliage predictor, just slide the bar to find the date for your area.
- $25-$35 TICKET + PARKING Good time to hit up Wild Adventures in Valdosta. The weather is nice and they run specials year round. You can order tickets online a few days ahead and have some big savings. If you are from Atlanta I do not recommend trying to drive back at the end of the day. You are literally whooped from riding the rides (the lines are not long in the fall). Spend the night at one of the nearby hotels.
- $5 PARKING FEE Hiking at one of the State Parks. For example Raven Cliff Falls or Yonah near Helen.
- FREE Here is a family tradition we made up. Who can catch the first leaf of fall. Now it takes a windy day when you are getting some good deposits when the wind blows. We all stand in the street and run in the neighbors yards and try to catch the first leaf. It usually results in a lot of laughs and looking up. We also do “first lightning bug of summer”.
Hope you have enjoyed Zombiemommy’s list of things to Georgia.