Monday, November 3, 2008

Plymouth Bluff Environmental Center

Yesterday it was beautiful here! So we loaded up the Pathfinder and headed out to Columbus' best kept secret...The Plymouth Bluff Environmental Center. This is a beautiful facility located on the banks of the Tombigbee River, rich in geological history dating back hundreds of thousands of years. There are many fossils and sharks teeth buried in the bluff from years of ocean flooding....LONG before our time.  There are also about 3 miles of nature trails, and the sunset over the river is stunning. Especially this time of year with the changing of the leaves. I highly recommend taking a trip out there before winter. As usual, Caleb had a blast, and I of course took about 180 photos.  Here are a few;)



Kesler Crew said...

I can't wait to be able to take our little guys to do stuff like that. Will you just follow us around all the time with your camera?

Jill said...

These are SO good. Will definitely have to take my kiddos out there very soon.