The Georgia Pinhoti has a lot of roadwalk. If I did it again I would probably use a mountain bike, since the whole Georgia side is open to bikes.
The entire trail isn't used very much, except for portions around Cheaha. I might have been off-season, but there weren't even many locals out.
In general the trail tread was well maintained, even with a seeming lack of hikers, so props to the maintainers.
Nice trail angels, I think I like the spontaneity and unexpectedness of it on smaller trails, compared to the AT where it is almost overdone (not that I'm complaining about free food)
No brilliant thoughts, just one more leg of the ECT completed. Also be sure to check out all my pictures from the trip