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Museum Hopping in Savannah

Although every house inside the historic district has a history and is a work of art unto itself, Savannah still has some top notch museums and galleries to fill those moments when you’ve seen just too many hand carved Colonial staircases for one day. 792 more words

Summer

Gatlinburg vs. Blue Ridge

Once a year, we usually take a family vacation.  Usually it is to Gatlinburg, Tennessee.  We love the mountains and especially the Great Smokey Mountain National Park… 751 more words

Assorted Chestnuts

FINtastic!

Back to Naptown.

Atlanta is a beautiful city. I wish I could stay longer as I didn’t have enough time to explore.

Right now, I have so many things I want to blog about and I just don’t know where to start! 213 more words

Piggy Thoughts

Come and Get Your Reward! Kickstarter Campaign

It’s not too late, you can still donate to make the New South Project a reality. Here are some ways/ rewards to donate. Thanks!

The New South Portrait Book Project by S.R. 454 more words

Mississippi

A Picnic With a Bunch of Rowdy Church-Goers

“Aerodynamically, the bumble bee shouldn’t be able to fly, but the bumble bee doesn’t know it so it goes on flying anyway.”

The way up and then down from Omalo was nowhere near as bad as we had feared, though mountain biking down the steep slopes that made up the road made us really wonder how we had ever gotten up in the first place. 386 more words

Cycle Around The World

GSU students react to death of freshman killed in bar beating

STATESBORO, Ga. (WJCL) – Two weeks ago freshmen moved onto Georgia Southern University’s campus, one of those being Michael Gatto.

But the north Georgian’s college career was cut short Thursday. 291 more words

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