“The Gathering” is the next best thing to do after having a backyard zoo. From the merciless killing of a large living oak tree – which Pecan Plantation owner Chris Reedy called “magnificent” – arose an intriguing artistic creation. Reedy and his wife, Shelly, moved into their Lansdowne Court residenceRead More →

The Flint River begins south of Atlanta and winds away from this metropolis through some of the most beautiful rural counties in the state of Georgia. Moving south, the Flint meets the Chattahoochee in Lake Seminole and from there the combined waters become the Apalachicola River, which empties into theRead More →

JA Bolton Storyteller Here in the south, many old majestic oaks still dot our landscapes. If unhindered by storms or humans, these old oak trees can live for hundreds of years. Why, some have lived to be a thousand years old. Oak trees provide shade, wood products, oxygen to theRead More →