April 2012

Heading north to a dare I say the word, Swap Meet to please my rusty iron loving husband, we stopped for lunch in the beautiful Amana Colonies.  While he shopped for antiques, I strolled the quiet beautiful streets and stopped at the Amana Colonies Visitor’s Center (http://amanacolonies.com.)   Two years ago the first weekend in December we […]

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On my way home from Georgia, my friend Rose and I stopped in pursuit of some fine Georgia pecans and at this farmstand we met up with the Caldwell brothers. Their philosophy was the best. They stay open until the peaches and sweet Vidalia onions are harvested, then they close for the season to fish!  […]

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While in St. Simons at the King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort  (http://www.kingandprince.com) I had the chance to experience some great Georgia products during the Georgia Food Experience.  One great place to find peaches is Lane Southern Orchards. They are located right off I-75 at Exit 142.   Lane Southern Orchards (www.lanesouthernorchards.com) was stared by David Lane’s grandfather back […]

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Jean Jetton’s carved whittled chickens.

Jean Jetton’s carved whittled chickens.

My friend Rose and I checked out the cool crafts and if we could have got one Jean Jetton’s carved whittled chicken pieces home safely, it would have made its way south and then back north again.

I had heard about this festival that focused on the chicken and the eggs.  Being the nosy type I wanted to know what occurred ata festival that advertised all you ever wanted to know about your  fine feathered friend.  The three day event was held April 13, 14 and 15 and was a combination of music, food, art […]

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I just returned from a Southern Culinary Adventure at St. Simon’s Island.  This is my first post on my new travel blog and I hope you continue with me on my travels.  Keep posted for details on St. Simons and the beautiful King & Prince Beach & Golf Resort and my adventures there!

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