Presented by the Laurens County Historical Society, Dublin, Georgia. For questions and information, please contact Scott B. Thompson, Sr. at dublinhistory@yahoo.com.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

THE ROCKS OF OCHWALKEE

This outcropping of Altamaha grit sandstone lies in southern Laurens County, Georgia along a tributary of Ochwalkee Creek. There are more than fifty boulders. Many of the rocks show striations of water flow. Found amongst the rocks are several varieties of lichens, fat lightered knots, wiregrass an many other rare plants.



































































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TREUTLEN E-NEWS said...

First, congratulations on receiving Man of the Year! I'd appreciate directions to see the rocks for myself. I took a dirt road north from GA 46 and barely made it out. I hope you watched for snakes on such a sunny day.

Bill Ricks, on behalf of TREUTLEN E-NEWS

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