Author Archives: Alice DeForest

About Alice DeForest

With over 30 years experience in various phases of the real estate industry, I would like to have the opportunity to share some of the knowledge, opinions, and fun things with you. I have also had the opportunity to live in all four corners of the US . I am now a settled empty nester, working less hours which allows me the time to write this blog and travel. My hobby is exploring Coastal Georgia and South Carolina. The historic sites are fantastic but my favorite outings are in the swamps viewing the wildlife and nature.

Georgia Fishing Report: January 29, 2021 — Georgia Wildlife Blog

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Georgia Fishing Report: January 22, 2021 — Georgia Wildlife Blog

Did you know that fishing in the cooler months is relatively the same for any fish species? You’ll want to fish a smaller bait with a slower action. Fish are cold-blooded, so cooler water temperatures make them lethargic. Cooler temperatures … Continue reading

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Meal Planning to Save Money on Groceries —

Learn all the benefits of meal planning to save money on groceries. Plus, grab 3 FREE printables! The post Meal Planning to Save Money on Groceries… 6 more words Meal Planning to Save Money on Groceries — Blessings by Me

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Georgia Fishing Report: January 15, 2021 —

Will 2021 be the year that you make fishing memories with your dad, your mom, your child, your grandchild? Don’t wait. Time is moving fast. Just listen to these lyrics from country singer Trace Adkins (Video Found HERE) “And she … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: January 8, 2021 —

Happy New Year! Have you braved the cold and rainy conditions yet to get out and catch a few?  NEWS TO KNOW PFA and Lake Record at Dodge County PFA: Thomas Muncher caught a channel catfish weighing 13 lb, 7 oz … Continue reading

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DNR’s Hunting Regulations Cycle —

You’re a hunter. You’re out in the woods as much as possible. You’ve noticed some things about the deer, turkey and quail populations over the years. How can you make your voice heard? How can you contribute to the success … Continue reading

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Elliot B. Hinely House, 1894, Rincon —

This is one of two very similar Georgian-style Folk Victorians on Georgia Avenue. There is a nice windmill in the back yard of this property. Elliot B. Hinely House, 1894, Rincon — Vanishing South Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown

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Folk Victorian House, 1894, Rincon — Vanishing South Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown

This was likely built by the builder of the Elliot B. Hinley House, two blocks away; if not, it was strongly influenced by it. Folk Victorian House, 1894, Rincon — Vanishing South Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown

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Cross-Gable House, 1890, Rincon — Vanishing South Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown

This charming vernacular house has a formal portico on the first-floor porch. It’s essentially a Georgian form with a T-Gable roof. Cross-Gable House, 1890, Rincon — Vanishing South Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown

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Goshen United Methodist Church & Cemetery, Circa 1751 & 1820s, Rincon —

Due to the growth of the Salzburger settlement at Ebenezer by the 1740s, a need arose for new churches to serve a dispersed population. Goshen Church was built about 1751, established about a mile from the present location as Goshen … Continue reading

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