Every year we usually go to Andersonville National Historic Site to honor our troops that gave their lives for our country. Andersonville is the former Camp Sumter “a Confederate prisoner-of-war camp during the final twelve months of the American Civil War.” I didn’t make it this year because I couldn’t fit it into my schedule but I thought I’d share a part of this notorious Confederate military prison, from my previous visits. They’re open all day today from 8 am to 5 pm and if you’ve never been there before, the address is 760 POW Rd, Andersonville, GA 31711. Just
Happy Sunday in photos. Just wanted to share a little Georgia with my readers/followers. The end :).
So, you’re going to a Bohemian Festival and you don’t know what to wear or take?… Get your pen and paper ready to make a checklist or better yet, save some time and print my below checklist. Way down at the bottom of my post. The first thing you will need to add to your Bohemian festival checklist is a ticket for the festival if you have to buy it in advance. Usually you can just pay at the gate and there are many free ones that you can attend as well. Don’t forget to take along your Visa Clear
Georgia is such a pretty state to me. I decided long ago to call it my home. I settled in Georgia as a teen and have been here every since. I can’t imagine living anywhere else. Except perhaps Hawaii. :) My favorite travel destination is Savannah followed by Jekyll and St. Simmons Islands and following up with Atlanta. There is always something going on in these areas no matter the season. You can find something for everyone to do and enjoy in Georgia. In Savannah, Georgia you will find comfort and historical style in the historic district. One of the