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Waterfalls, Waterfalls, Waterfalls

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Alabama is a beautiful state.  My wife, Jamie, and I are always on the lookout for unique and beautiful places to explore.  We usually end up around some type of water, whether rivers, lakes or the ocean.  What we’ve discovered is within a 2 hour drive of the Birmingham area there are incredible waterfalls to enjoy, most are easy to access.  With a little planning you can see a few of these in a one day trip.

DeSoto Falls, just outside of Mentone, Alabama


High Falls Park, Grove Oak, Alabama

Click here for an amazing video – High Falls video


Cloudland State Park, Just over the line in Georgia


Noccalula Falls, Gadsden Alabama

Click here to see a video from behind the falls


The Sipsey Wilderness in the Bankhead National Forest in northwestern Alabama.  There is so much to see, these photos only touch the surface.


Cane Creek Nature Preserve in Colbert County, Alabama


Walls of Jericho, Estillfork, Alabama.  This is a tough hike but worth the effort.


Oak Mountain State Park.  This is the spillway of Lake Tranquility.

Hope you enjoyed these photos and take the time to see everything Alabama has to offer!

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Eddie Stone

Eddie Stone is an accomplished agent for Great Southern Land specializing in buying and selling land. An Alabama resident, Eddie has used his extensive knowledge to work and sell land in 15 counties surrounding the Birmingham Metro area. Eddie obtained a Master's Degree in Forest Business from Mississippi State University. For the next 20 years, he worked as a Registered Forester in the large corporate sector in both the procurement and land management arenas where he became an expert in land management, maximizing the biological growth of timber, determining the value of a timber tract, and maximizing its value for the landowner. In 1999, Eddie founded Forever Green, Inc.; a consultant forestry business that quickly became a leader in the local timber business. He went on to obtain a real estate license and join Great Southern Land as an Alabama land agent to further serve his clients' needs and provide full-scale, exceptional service. Eddie is also a Contractual Conservation Planner for the Georgia Alabama Land Trust. He prepares Conservation Easement Baseline Documentation Reports which includes technical writing, field inspections, GPS documentation, and GIS map preparation. Eddie's forestry expertise, coupled with being a REALTOR, has made him uniquely qualified to help clients navigate all aspects of buying and selling land.