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Quiet church on Highway 83
Strangling the stillness
"Tis a quiet sweet spot embowered in green, O'er looking a streamlet of silvery sheen, Whose waterfalls murmur in musical flow, Dashing spray on the ripples as onward they go..."
Old iron of Parker & Mathews
Mother's favorite trail ~ A walk in God's wonderland.
An old country church by the side of the road. Established in 1828, still standing on rocks.
Adding her own special touch.
Making quite a splash!
The old Methodist Church. Built in the 1880's with it's Gothic type architecture and stained glass windows, it is an excellent example of the nineteenth century church building.
The scent of a Woman.
A beautiful old southern farm
The Hotel Upson. Built in 1928 for $150.00, when it was originally opened was said to be the only thoroughly modern hotel between Macon, Atlanta, Albany and Columbus. It is currently for sale.
Springtime has a magical way of turning all things new.
Fading into the past
Breakfast is served!
"...You'll remember me when the west wind moves upon the fields of barley, You'll forget the sun in his jealous sky as we walk in the fields of gold..." - Gordon Sumner. ( Sting)
Old church at Ypsilanti.
'Bones', a true working dog, keeps a watchful eye on his herd, never letting them out of his sight. Bones is a Great Pyrenees, an elegant, powerful and keenly intelligent dog, bred to guard the flock in all kinds of weather. He is a regal example of this loyal and majestic breed.
Such a peaceful retreat
The Mocking Bird ~ Mimus Polyglottos, meaning " many-tongued mimic." Americans enjoy the song of the mockingbird from coast to coast, especially where the climate is balmy. One can hear them singing on the ground, in the garden shrubbery, from house eaves, television antennas, and lofty tree perches. Researchers demonstrated that it imitates other birds so expertly that only electronic analysis can detect the difference. A famed Mocker from Boston was credited with the ability to reproduce
MEMORIES OF LOGTOWN. The southeastern section of Upson County was one of the first to be settled, and was once one of the wealthiest, most cultural areas in Upson. Logtown road from the town of Yatesville to Highway 19 near Flint river was the main artery of travel through many plantation with their two story, rather elegant homes for this period. Logtown was a prosperous trading center and the home of many prominent Georgia families - Kendall, Cunningham, Respress, Birdsong, Atwater, Hightow
After the rain
"Change, decay, withered hopes and ashes mark all things in this life. Should we not cling all the closer to the promise that breathes of an heirship with One who is the same yesterday, today and forever?" Loula Kendall Rogers
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