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Olde Rope Mill Park – Woodstock Georgia

If you go to visit Olde Rope Mill Park, you will likely encounter a crowd.  It is hard to get a parking spot, so plan ahead for your visit and be patient while trying to get a space.  It is a popular place for peaceful walks along the ruins of the rope mill, bikers taking on the multiple biking trails, […]

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The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA

Anyone who has gone clubbing in Atlanta during the 90’s into 2000+, has definitely heard of The Masquerade, previously located on North Avenue. People couldn’t stop talking about its three levels, including Heaven, Purgatory, and Hell.  Heaven was upstairs, of course, and this was the haven for many concerts and music festivals.  Some of the most influential bands of the […]

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Keith Plantation – Canton, GA

One of the oldest houses in Cherokee County was built in 1865 along the Etowah River.  Actually, it was re-built after the house on that location burned, by utilizing hand-made kiln-dried bricks.  The clay for the bricks came from the Etowah River.  The house faced the river, and hundreds of acres of farmland surrounded it.  A barn was built near […]

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The Hauntings at Poole’s Mill Covered Bridge

Poole’s Mill Covered Bridge is a fun destination for many families, friends, and sweethearts in the warm months of the year in Georgia.  This park is away from the beaten path on some winding back roads in Forsyth County, not too far from the Cherokee County line, off of Highway 369.  There is a nice playground, swings, picnic tables here […]

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New Hightower Baptist Church during the day is beautiful with its picturesque backdrop.  It is not much different on a cold, winter evening in February.  The lights bathe the small southern church with an opalescence that is somewhat mesmerizing, especially on a clear night with the stars and crescent moon visible above it in a velvet sky.  The woods around […]