Georgia on my mind.
Back in 1785 when the Georgia legislature selected the site for their state university, the city of Athens was called Cedar Shoals and it was little more than a remote trading post on the Oconee River. Just nine years after the signing of the Declaration of Independence, Georgia was the first state to make suchContinue reading “Georgia – Athens: A City that Grew Around a College”
We were headed down to Atlanta to have lunch with friends and decided to take a little extra time touring since we hadn’t been out in a while. As it turned out our visit was perfectly timed with the monthly opening of Scott’s Antique Market so after lunch we drove over to see what treasuresContinue reading “Georgia – Atlanta: Scott’s Antiques and Stone Mountain”
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