It’s “blooming” in Springfield Georgia

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It’s that time of year when spring fever hits and our thumbs turn green.
We all know that every “buddy” loves flowers. Travel twelve miles north of Springfield, Georgia and with some time to spare you will have a fragrant shopping day.

No worries if you don’t know a thing about flowers the great staff offers excellent service and is readily available to assist.

Rahn’s Greenhouse is located at 308 Burton Rahn road.
For more information, hours, and directions:

 https://www.rahnsgreenhouses.com

Please share with friends and neighbors

Thanks a bunch!

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Plant Riverside to Redefine Savannah’s Hotel Scene — Savannah, GA | Savannah.com

Savannah’s Historic District may be defined by its exquisite, beautifully preserved architecture, but thanks to increased tourism in the last 20 years, the Hostess City’s hospitality scene has evolved to be just as distinguished. 835 more words

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Alligators..you may not know they are there…

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Guyton Georgia USA tells it’s own story…

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Located 28 miles northwest of Savannah Georgia by way of Georgia Hwy 17N you will find yourself imaging life in the 1800’s, as you see the beautifully preserved Victorian era homes. Some of the historic homes were built by affluent Savannah folks as summer homes or get a ways during yellow fever outbreaks.

 


Graced with walking trails, slow paced narrow streets for an easy stroll, this is a “must see”destination for Savannah area residents and visitors.

 

In 1864 General Sherman and his troops passed through Guyton on his “March to the Sea” .The confederacy had built a general hospital in Guyton in 1862 that provided medical, food, clothing and lodging to thousands of confederate soldiers. The Central Railroad of Georgia in Guyton known as Station 30 was on the line from Savannah to Macon.

 

Like much of small town America the appeal of “everyone knows each other by name”, and locally owned shops are drawing locals and visitors.  Lunch, dinner, antiques, service stations, hardware, hair salons are situated on Central Ave.  in a” park and walk” setting.

 

Guyton is drawing many new residents was well . This one stoplight city is under construction with a new “roundabout”, and a mix of old and new go together like “sweet tea and cornbread”, which is served in the local restaurants for your southern food fix.

Happy travels…..hop off the I95 and take a trip back in time…

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For information on city events and tourism information: http://guytonga.sophicity.com/Default.aspx

 

 

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Georgia Fishing Report: April 13, 2018 —

Sooooo, as long as you aren’t planning on fishing at Camp Crystal Lake, Friday the 13th should be a great day to go fishing, right? We have A LOT of fishing news, information, tips, tricks and more to tell you about, including these 2 quick notes: Want to know more about the trout stocking program? […]

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Confirm assigned school by address

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Here is an easy way to confirm the school children will attend by a street address:

https://vtweb.tylertech.com/EffinghamBOE/New_District_Elink/Students/BasicTransBoundarySearch.aspx

 

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Take time to smell the flowers, spring in the Southeast USA — The59Club

My sneeze attack this morning confused my brainy calendar. I set myself on Monday because I’m so allergic to that day, but quickly realized it was Tuesday. I stayed away from negative thoughts of a cold or flu and looked outside to confirm my suspicion of yellow pollen. It was twice as nice to see […]

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Georgia Fishing Report: March 29, 2018 —

What? The Fishing Blog on a Thursday? Have we gone March Madness crazy? C’mon, just wanted to give you some of this information early and get you excited about getting outdoors this weekend! It’s Easter weekend and many of you may be spending time with friends and family, a perfect time to make a trip […]

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Georgia Fishing report 3/23/2018

Okay Spring…stop kidding around…we are ready for you! We have had a lot of fishing “stuff” to tell you about lately, have you “caught” it all? Prospects: Be sure to check out our updated 2018 Fishing Prospects (amazing info and tips you need to know before fishing Georgia reservoirs and rivers) Trout Stocking Info: you […]

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“What’s the harm?” Savannah locals react to the end of the smooching soldiers tradition — WSAV-TV

SAVANNAH, GA- A longtime Saint Patrick’s Day tradition is coming to an end. Fort Stewart Commanders and the parade committee are asking women to refrain from smooching soldiers marching in the parade. In a post on Twitter, parade committee members said that this request is for safety reasons. A spokesman for the 3rd Infantry Division…

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