Daily Archives: October 4, 2010

Bucket of History!

This C-45 Expeditor  is also a “Twin Beech” or Beech 18 because it was the 18th model produced by Beechcraft Corp. It was on display in Toccoa this past weekend during the Currahee Military Weekend. It has been restored in colors of a United Kingdom Royal Air Force liaison aircraft—black and white stripes, which distinguished [...]

By |2010-10-04T18:26:10-07:00October 4th, 2010|Living in Stephens County|0 Comments

Bears Really Do . . . Live in The Woods!

The bear featured on the front of the "Wanted" poster in this photo is the same one that almost destroyed the backpack shown here. This past weekend I drove up to Neel's Gap with the dogs. Someone had placed this display outside the doorway to the Walasi-Yi store, which is located right on the Appalachian [...]

By |2013-03-09T09:08:49-07:00October 4th, 2010|Hiking Through North Georgia, The Company of Friends|0 Comments
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