Visiting Palatka Ravines

We love to visit the Palatka Ravines in February.  This is the time the Azaleas are in bloom.  We usually make it just before the blow-out of all azaleas or after they are gone. Either way, it is a beautiful place. I wish we lived closer.

The Federal Works Progress Administration made the Palatka Ravines a beautiful garden in 1933.  You can still see the original bricks laid in some areas.

We visited the ravines a few weeks ago and this is what we saw. Hope you enjoy what we did. 🙂

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6 responses to “Visiting Palatka Ravines

  1. I love the tree with the crooked branches!
    Looks cool.

  2. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing! Looks like a lovely day out together as a family!

  3. Did you take that photo of the owl at the Ravines that is in your side bar? Nice photos. Looks like a nice day.

  4. It is so pretty there. I would have been worried about snakes the whole time. Glad that you had a good time.

  5. What a pretty day! I love azaleas.
    That is cool that you got to see an owl so close up.

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