I can be in Atlanta on Friday with all the "horn blowing" crazies and wake up on Saturday morning under a Toccoa sky. That's now and who knows how long it will last. But the one thing I do know is that I love breakfast at BJ's in Toccoa. In fact, I diet all week [...]
Here's Minnehaha Falls. It really is one of the prettiest little waterfalls in northeast Georgia. And it is an easy walk to the base of the falls. The only difficult thing is finding it. It's located on the backside of Lake Rabun. But I usually take Bear Gap Road to the small parking area. A [...]
I always enjoy going to Chattanooga to visit the Whiteboard team. They are young, inspiring, and just plain smart and savvy. Here's their branding line on the outside of their office . . . . They definitely live what they "preach." I've known Taylor and Eric for years now and have recommended them to several [...]
Benches without people sitting on them are lonely. In Britain, they dedicate benches to loved ones and put their names on the back. But here . . . I like to put a little doggy on one and ask her to pose, which she does so easily.
I love being out with the camera on gray days. We're hearing that the weather is going to turn really bad with the temperature dropping to six degrees. This is when I love to head out with the camera. Somehow, the colors pop and the woods are richer. Maybe life is richer, too. I think [...]
Even thought these little guys looks worn, they all believe in Christmas! Each year, I have to take a photo of the Old Sautee Store's wreath. This year they placed them over the windows. Baskets of love and simple things that make Christmas much more warm and meaningful. And then there is always the fireplace [...]
Right now, it seems that I'm living between two different worlds. I guess I could say it is the tale of two cities. This is the Christmas tree and the dogs at the Atlanta house.
This is just a favorite place to visit . . . and I have forgotten the name of the shop! Those who live in Clarkesville will know, and that's really all that matters. Thanks to Kelly Vickers, I do know the history of the cabin. It is Benjamin Hawkins' log cabin that was once located [...]