My home town Cartersville, GA is home to the oldest Coca Cola advertisement at Young Brothers Pharmacy, where the headache remedy was once sold.

Small Town Saturday: Cartersville, GA

My home town Cartersville, GA is home to the oldest Coca Cola advertisement at Young Brothers Pharmacy, where the headache remedy was once sold.

Henry's Louisiana Grill                         Acworth,Ga. The ohh lala sause is the shizz

Henry's Louisiana Grill Acworth,Ga. The ohh lala sause is the shizz

A view of the Four Way Lunch restaurant in Cartersville, GA.

A view of the Four Way Lunch restaurant in Cartersville, GA.


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Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site---Cartersville, GA 1 hour north of ATL>

Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site---Cartersville, GA 1 hour north of ATL>

The first outdoor Coca-Cola sign.- Cartersville, GA

The first outdoor Coca-Cola sign.- Cartersville, GA

Stonewall Manor, Cartersville, GA

Stonewall Manor, Cartersville, GA

Henry's in downtown Acworth GA  - Meet Henry Yal'll - It's all good...tucked away in the NorthWest Sububs of Atlanta some of the best Hush puppies I have ever eaten and Etoufee to warm your tummy.But their Gumbo is the real gem on the menu!!!

Henry's in downtown Acworth GA - Meet Henry Yal'll - It's all good...tucked away in the NorthWest Sububs of Atlanta some of the best Hush puppies I have ever eaten and Etoufee to warm your tummy.But their Gumbo is the real gem on the menu!!!

This bridge was built in the 1880s by Washington W. King. It is 137.6 feet long by 16.35 feet wide, and the truss is Town Lattice style. This bridge goes over Euharlee Creek. It has also been formerly known as Lowry Bridge. There is a parking area. Admission is Free.  Donations are appreciated.  This covered bridge has been well maintained by the local folks. In The museum is located next to the bridge, in the “Miller’s House,”

This bridge was built in the 1880s by Washington W. King. It is 137.6 feet long by 16.35 feet wide, and the truss is Town Lattice style. This bridge goes over Euharlee Creek. It has also been formerly known as Lowry Bridge. There is a parking area. Admission is Free. Donations are appreciated. This covered bridge has been well maintained by the local folks. In The museum is located next to the bridge, in the “Miller’s House,”

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