The Smallest Church in America


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Mrs. Harper was a rural grocer who didn’t have much money and folks said that she shouldn’t build a church that wouldn’t do justice to God. She felt it was the thought that mattered and built it anyway.

The deed was made out to… CONTINUE READING >> 


We LOVE this stuff!

Mrs. Harper was a rural grocer who didn’t have much money and folks said that she shouldn’t build a church that wouldn’t do justice to God. She felt it was the thought that mattered and built it anyway.

The deed was made out to… CONTINUE READING >> 

Swamps, Shrimp and Sea Monsters in Coastal Georgia

Just below, as in south of, the famous Carolina Lowcountry lies a lesser known region, Coastal Georgia.

Geographically, culturally, and historically this area is virtually indistinguishable from its northern neighbor, it’s simply the Savannah River that separates them.

Join us as we survey the swamps, seafood, and even a sea serpent along the Atlantic shoreline…. CONTINUE READING >> 

Just below, as in south of, the famous Carolina Lowcountry lies a lesser known region, Coastal Georgia.

Geographically, culturally, and historically this area is virtually indistinguishable from its northern neighbor, it’s simply the Savannah River that separates them.

Join us as we survey the swamps, seafood, and even a sea serpent along the Atlantic shoreline…. CONTINUE READING >> 

Fort King George in Darien, Georgia

Fort King George was erected in 1721 and was the southernmost outpost in The British Colonies.

Colonel John Barnwell petitioned the king to build a fort to defend against the Spanish, who were already well established a few miles… CONTINUE READING >> 

Fort King George was erected in 1721 and was the southernmost outpost in The British Colonies.

Colonel John Barnwell petitioned the king to build a fort to defend against the Spanish, who were already well established a few miles… CONTINUE READING >> 

A Tale of Two Cities… Uh, Counties… No, States

Check this out: we’re on the border of Tennessee and Georgia. We find a community that is split down the middle with a blue line painted through the town.

It gets weirder (YAY!) — the blue line goes straight through buildings. Shops, a church, even a bar.

But wait, it gets weirder yet. The bar is also in two counties. And one of them is dry… CONTINUE READING >> 


Check this out: we’re on the border of Tennessee and Georgia. We find a community that is split down the middle with a blue line painted through the town.

It gets weirder (YAY!) — the blue line goes straight through buildings. Shops, a church, even a bar.

But wait, it gets weirder yet. The bar is also in two counties. And one of them is dry… CONTINUE READING >> 


Finding Germany in the Mountains of Georgia

The unexpected surprises that lurk around the next corner are one of the things that can make travel so interesting.

Boy, did we get one of those in the mountains of northern Georgia when we came upon the old fashioned Bavarian village of Helen. Tucked into a valley on the banks of The Chattahoochee River, we suddenly found ourselves driving through an anachronism of epic proportions. Every building, down to the gas station… CONTINUE READING >> 

The unexpected surprises that lurk around the next corner are one of the things that can make travel so interesting.

Boy, did we get one of those in the mountains of northern Georgia when we came upon the old fashioned Bavarian village of Helen. Tucked into a valley on the banks of The Chattahoochee River, we suddenly found ourselves driving through an anachronism of epic proportions. Every building, down to the gas station… CONTINUE READING >>