Dwayne Johnson, like many others, got back to nature on Earth Day, sharing photos of his visit to Etowah Indian Mounds.
“May not look like much in terms of a fancy selfie #earthday picture for Instagram, but it’s powerful to me and the mana is strong here at the Etowah Indian Mounds along the Etowah River,” The Rock posted on Instagram.
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Johnson and family drove from their home in Powder Springs to the Cartersville historic site Wednesday.
Etowah Indian Mounds was home to several thousand Native Americans from 1000 A.D. to 1550 A.D. The 54-acre site protects six earthen mounds, a plaza, village site, borrow pits and defensive ditch. It is the most intact Mississippian Culture site in the Southeast.
The Johnsons didn’t spend all day along the Etowah River, however.
Scott Allen was driving around Pettit Creek Farms, where he works, when he came across The Rock and family touring the area in their vehicle.
“Dwayne said his family had been out several times and he wanted to see it and was glad he did! A great time was had by all,” Pettit Creek Farms wrote in a Facebook post.
Johnson often posts videos on Instagram, ranging from shoutouts to people drinking his tequila brand to answering fan questions to singing to his youngest daughter, Tia.
Two weeks ago he reposted a video from his mother’s Instagram account. Ata Johnson is self-isolating in Atlanta with her son.
“On this beautiful Atlanta morning my granddaughters and I were outside playing & dancing their version of the siva to their favourite samoan song, Minoi Minoi Minoi,” she wrote.
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