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I TOOK THIS SUNFLOWER PHOTO IN A SECTION OF CALLAWAY GARDEN’S VICTORY GARDEN EAST. The fields behind it had been tilled and all the other sunflowers had been removed since they were past their prime. The horticulture specialists were preparing the soil for the seasonal transition of Winter and Spring. It brought a smile to my face to know that this literal ‘late bloomer’ had been left to finish More >
HOW DO YOU GET INTO THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT? Our family travelled to Pine Mountain, Georgia recently to experience a few special family moments together at Callaway Gardens. The weeks following Thanksgiving are sure to fly by in a big rush. Lots of scheduled plans usually find our family exhausted by the time the new year arrives.
We met my parents and immediately enjoyed a lunch (and incredible More >
THANKS TO SOME AWESOME RELATIVES AND FRIENDS, DAVE AND I GOT TO HANG OUT AT CALLAWAY GARDENS LISTENING TO SOME GREAT MUSIC. I’m filing my “this is how i spent my weekend report” for you. I have a more detailed post coming later this week, but I just had to give a Monday morning shout out to Mat Kearney for the rockin’ performance he gave during the Harvest Moon Festival at Callaway Gardens this More >
I’VE HAD A WEEK TO EDIT THE PHOTOS FROM OUR TRIP TO CALLAWAY GARDENS FOR THE MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS 150 EVENT. As I have been working my way though them it makes me smile when I reach a photo which has a moment represented within it. Sometimes it is intentional, like the photo I took of the bandana on Dave’s handlebars. That blue bandana was signed by Dave’s friend, Tim, who has MS. Each time Dave More >
TO MAKE SISTERS SCREAM — THIS IS A BROTHER’S OFFICIAL JOB. And William does it well. We were in Callaway Gardens this weekend. There were a few minutes before the ‘birds of prey’ show so we explored the beautiful surroundings of The Discovery Center. There was zip-lining nearby to watch and William was enamored. The morning light was lovely so I took a few pictures of Grace. She was in a great More >