I visited Eureka about 20 years ago and almost gagged because of the smell of the pulp in the air. I said to the convenience store clerk, "Wow! That's really awful! But I guess because you live here you're probably used to it." She and others in the store shook their heads and disagreed. I don't know why anyone would want to live in an area like that. It's really a shame.
That's right, Baldwin County's courthouse keeps two times on its clock. That's just the way we like to do things in Milledgeville.
Actually, now that I've looked at this photo from the front, it's Don Cochran's Art Gallery which is located at the old Farmers Market building.
Wonderful photo, so I always imagined America earlier. :))
Greetings from Hamburg, febrok
Nice shot and perspective! --Voted!--
Greetings from Italy, Arnie.
Please consider to visit->
This is the Shoreline of Goodwin Lake, which as of August 22, 2009 is incorrectly placed in Google Maps.
I love the 'Stay off "Grass"' sign. Someone has a sense of humor.
Great shot! I love Hangover. You'll never hear that very often. Even though it's a great shot, you sort of lose the sense of how high up you are.
This is Huckleberry Hot Springs in Grand Teton National park. Among other wildlife seen in this photo is a buffalo near the treeline at the top of the picture. He looked like he was too busy solving a crossword puzzle than to watch us sipping on a cold beer and enjoying the hot springs.