Charlie Ragonesi Big Canoe Realestate's Blog: October 2010

Big Canoe sights (photos)

 

Lake Petit

Fall is in the air here in our North Georgia Mountains. Leaf season is about to be in full swing. The lakes in Big Canoe are starting to show color around them. This first Laske is Lake Petit. Over 95 acres. You can see the colors start to change.

 

Disharoon Lake

The second lake is Lake Disharoon. The shore has a beach for beach volleyball. The stroms were moving in but I got this shot

Lake Sconti

The third lake is Lake sconti. there are 3 beautiful pristine mountain lakes i Big Canoe . you canfish , or boat and just enjoy

fall colors

During the next week it wall all ,except for the vergreens start to look like this. It really is a shame that such beauty lasts for so short a time . but one thing in our community always lasts;

Big Canoe sign

That is our great hospitality in a wonderful community called Big Canoe .

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Comment balloon 5 commentsCharlie Ragonesi • October 27 2010 04:45PM
Big Canoe sights (photos)
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