Monthly Archives: June 2005

Adairsvillen Homes Tour & Blue Ridge Scenic Railway

Located in Georgia’s upcountry, Adairsville has distinctive architecture throughout the 170-arce historic district which reflects the town’s 19th century significance. Several antebellum homes still stand as reminders of the pre-war South.   Strolling downtown and around the neighborhood, I enjoyed a leisurely … Continue reading

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State Botanical Garden of Georgia

Stay in the university city Athens, I enjoyed its unique blend of Southern heritage and contemporary entertainment. Commute with nature at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia, this 313-acre preserve lets me feel full of energy. Strolling through the lovely gardens … Continue reading

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Andersonville Trail

Driving the scenic, historic loop off of I-75, I see picturesque rural countryside of Georgia. Quaint Antebellum and Victorian towns are filled with beautiful pecan and peach orchards. The air is full of nature fragrance. According Georgia 2005-2006 official highway … Continue reading

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