Monthly Archives: October 2018

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Treking: North Carolina

I love taking off on a Sunday afternoon and driving up to North Carolina, and Dry Falls is always a favorite destination. But it has been years since I have walked down the steps and stood behind the falls. Last year, I was in the middle of Chemo treatments and knew that even though the [...]

Getting Ready for Fall!

Usually, when we walk into this field the cows just stand and look at me. I always think they are wondering what I will do next, This super crazy lady is back! But that was not the case on Sunday evening. Suddenly, we had their full attention and they came running from the opposite end [...]

A Church in the Wildwood!

A couple of weeks ago, we found Mt. Olivet Methodist Church in Banks County. As I chase down these old rural churches, I'm rediscovering my love for "all things" history. It's just fun looking back and also learning a little bit about the people, who lived in the communities surrounding these old houses of worship. [...]

By |2018-10-14T11:47:56+00:00October 14th, 2018|Historic Churches, Memories, Northeast Georgia|0 Comments

For All Who Worshiped Here

A good, true story: "Hebron Presbyterian Church gained considerable notoriety from its pictorial history over the years that was published in the Atlanta Journal and Constitution. It became even more widely known when Olive Ann Burns made Heron an intricate part of her book Cold Sassy Tree. And while there's no record of Grandma Twitty [...]

By |2018-10-10T16:36:33+00:00October 9th, 2018|Historic Churches, Memories, Northeast Georgia|0 Comments