Tag Archives: Georgia

Downtown Athens Georgia

I’m a girl who loves proponent travel more than anything. I spend my days dreaming of all the sites I want to see… I love to travel. I love to see new places. I love to explore, and take in … Continue reading

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Are You Looking For A Great Day Hike in Athens Georgia?

Sandy Creek Park surrounds 260-acre Lake Chapman, which was constructed to preserve the Sandy Creek watershed and act as an emergency water reservoir for Athens, and serve as a recreation site. Healthy populations of catfish, bass, and crappie draw anglers … Continue reading

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Do You Have What It Takes To Hike The Tallulah Gorge?

If you visit north Georgia, you can’t miss Tallulah Gorge, a stunning and popular geologic landmark, and the namesake of this gorgeous state park. Nestled in the Appalachian Mountains with an average of 300,000 visitors a year, less than 10% … Continue reading

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River Street Savannah & The Pirates House

Savannah’s recorded history begins in 1733. That’s the year General James Oglethorpe, and the 120 passengers of the good ship “Anne” landed on a bluff high along the Savannah River in February. Oglethorpe named the 13th and final American colony … Continue reading

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Abandoned Apalachee

The name Apalachee is derived from the Indian Tribe that was part of the Creek Confederation, though there is no evidence that this tribe had ever settled in this area. The Georgia Legislature incorporated the town of Apalachee in 1907. … Continue reading

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The Hidden Mystery Behind The Abandoned Scull Shoals Mill Village: Deep In The Oconee Forest

This is a place with a rich and colorful history. I’m talking about one of those truly Southern Places, shaped by Native American, African and European influences. The ruins sit in a complex ecosystem alongside a major river, that once … Continue reading

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An Antebellum Wonderland: Madison County, Georgia

Joshua Hill Home (1835) Once home to Senator Joshua Hill (elected to congress in 1856)  Credited with persuading General Sherman to spare Madison on his “March to the Sea.” Established in 1809, Madison is the seat and the largest town … Continue reading

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