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 to set a new lake and PFA record at this PFA. This is the FIRST…

Georgia Fishing Report: January 8, 2021 — Georgia Wildlife Blog
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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 of Georgia’s game management? January 2021 marks the start of the next two-year hunting regulations…

DNR’s Hunting Regulations Cycle — Georgia Wildlife Blog
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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 Lutheran Church.  Oral tradition states that when a malaria outbreak threatened the health and lives […]

Goshen United Methodist Church & Cemetery, Circa 1751 & 1820s, Rincon — Vanishing South Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown
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Neidlinger-Monroe House, 1904, Effingham County

This farmhouse is located on a section of 1000 acres originally granted to Samuel Neidlinger, who built a hand-hewn log house on the property in 1788. Neidlinger was a settler of New Ebenezer but left that community after the Revolutionary War. Another house on the property, built by Samuel Neidlinger’s son, Emanuel, was burned by […]

Neidlinger-Monroe House, 1904, Effingham County — Vanishing South Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown
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New ‘Disney Wish’ Sails Summer 2022! —

***** The Disney Wish Disney cruisers, your “wish” has come true! A brand-new ship will join the Disney Cruise Line, the Disney Wish, joining the Fantasy, Wonder, Dream and Magic as Disney’s fifth cruise ship. Stern characters are a tradition of the Disney fleet and the Disney Wish’s stern will feature Cinderella. The Grand Atrium […]

New ‘Disney Wish’ Sails Summer 2022! — Our Magical Disney Moments
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Georgia Fishing Report: December 31, 2020 —

One last report before 2020 comes to a close, and a surprise early publishing of the blog (Thursday, instead of Friday) as we get you ready for the holiday weekend. News to Know: Field Trip: Let the holidays give you time to go visit the Go Fish Education Center in Perry, GA. Here you can…

Georgia Fishing Report: December 31, 2020 — Georgia Wildlife Blog
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Abandoned Barns, Effingham County — Vanishing South Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown

Abandoned Barns, Effingham County — Vanishing South Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown
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