Category Archives: Coastal Georgia and South Carolina

Georgia Fishing Report: November 7, 2020 —

Stressed? We have the perfect activity to take your mind off of everything. It’s fishing! Fishing is an escape from life’s daily challenges, and a chance to “catch” memories with those that matter the most to you. Joined by the … Continue reading

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Chickasawhatchee – A Beautifully Wild Place —

By James Malphrus, writer of JCM Adventure Journals. Featured image: Alligators’ fork. Photo credit: James Malphrus. This post features three excerpts from adventures on Chickasawhatchee WMA. It was a Wednesday and we wanted to ease the stress of the work week … Continue reading

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Break Time-Eleven Men On A Beam — The59Club

JW Marriott=Plant Riverside-Savannah Georgia Looks like a bakery box, what do you all think? Sculpture Saturday Break Time-Eleven Men On A Beam — The59Club

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Celebrating A Century of Hats —

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Community Mural Project —

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Savannah Saint Patrick’s Day Parade

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Not Your Average Rodent: Pocket Gophers in Georgia —

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Mount Pleasant, Circa 1830, Effingham County —

This home was built by John Gindrat Morel (1808-1871) and surely took its name from the nearby Uchee Indian settlement and English trading post known as Mt. Pleasant, on a high bluff of the Savannah River. One of Georgia’s earliest … Continue reading

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Mizpah United Methodist Church, 1859, Effingham County —

From the South Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church: In the late 1850s, Dr. Ayer from Rome came to the community to visit his daughter, Mrs. Anderson P. Longstreet, who lived in the community. There was no Methodist church … Continue reading

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Echo Square-Savannah-Hello Hello —

Riverstreet Savannah Echo Square Continue reading

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