In Woodbury, GA there is an old covered bridge spanning Red Oak Creek. Built in 1840, by a freed slave, this bridge has a lot of history… Read more “The King of Bridges”
Sunsets over the Mountain, crystal clear lake, massive boulders to climb and miles of trails to explore.
This week my girls and I decided to take my mama up to Ballground, GA to Gibbs Garden for the Monet Water Lillies exhibit. We jumped in… Read more “Step back to the Jazz Age at this Atlanta Home”
Buried within the Chattahoochee National Forest, hidden off a very worn dirt road along Aska Road, resides Benton MacKaye Trail. The trail climbs upward along Rocky Mountain for a… Read more “Fall Branch Falls: The Waterfall So Spectacular It Has To Say It Twice”
Football Fest at Georgia Football Hall of Fame Aug 26, 2017 250 Marietta Street NW – Atlanta, GA Free with ticket to the Hall of Fame which… Read more “7 Georgia Festivals to Visit August 24-27 2017”
This week, in the middle of our work day, our middle daughter, Olivia texted her daddy and me with a message. “I think I had a seizure“.… Read more “Finding Hope in Hopelands Gardens”
Firework displays symbolize the horrors of war in ironic beauty.
Today is America’s 241st Birthday. Our Independence Day. I love my country. I see happiness as well as sadness in my country. I see love and hate,… Read more “Independence in a Small Town”