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    Amicalola Falls, GA

    Cave Springs, GA (natural spring) The water is clean, tastes good and comes out at 57 degrees.

    Bobwhite quail. Georgia state game bird

    Camp Lawton, a Civil War POW Fort near Millen, GA.

    The Dillard House; Dillard GA Great food and beautiful surroundings. Only problem is lots of people these days agree. Patience with lines required, but worth it!


    Every time I leave the state, seeing the Georgia sign makes me feel right at home. It is indeed, a sight for sore eyes...

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    This bridge is the Vickery Creek covered bridge in the Old Mill Park in Roswell, Georgia.

    Visit the Crab Shack near Tybee Island, Georgia where you eat low country boil outside overlooking the water and cats hang around waiting for the delectable leftovers.

    Rock City, Georgia on the border with Tennessee. From the overlook you can see seven states

    Lighthouse, Cockspur Island, Georgia, USA

    Uncle Remus Museum, Eatonton, Georgia.

    Chief Vann House Historic Site, Georgia’s best-preserved historic Cherokee Indian home.

    JUST PEACHY Georgia

    Kitschiest Roadside Attractions in America - Jimmy Carter Peanut, Plains, GA This 13-foot-tall specimen pays a fitting, if unusual, tribute to our 39th president, who was once a peanut farmer. The sculpture was erected in 1976 during Carter’s first presidential campaign.

    7 Places in Georgia You Have to Visit Bellwood Quarry You may remember this place from a scene in Walking Dead seen below. But this quarry can carry up to 1.9 million gallons of water and it’s right in Atlanta for your eyes to see.

    The Little White House, Warm Springs GA. FDR's home in Warm Springs where he collapsed while having portrait painted