......Change of Venue
"....and remember,if you don't like the weather, Move!"
- George Carlin on the weather
"Movin to the country gonna eat a lot of peaches"...
Augusta, Georgia has much to offer including (I'm sure) peaches, beautiful
weather, friendly people, the Master's Tournament, barrel racing; and it has
become my new hometown and workplace. Located along the Savannah river, Augusta
has both southern charm and cosmopolitan culture.
River Walk Ampitheatre on the Savannah
9th Street Fountain
Stevens Creek Pheasant Run
Most people associate Augusta (2nd largest city in GA) with the Master's, but there
is much more history here that is not common knowledge. For thousands of years
(11,000+) Augusta and its surroundings have been a crossroads as a trading post for
Native Americans - as well as a part of the history of this great country;
pre revolutionary (Hernando DeSoto traveled through this area in 1540) revolutionary
(Mayham Tower helped defeat the British at Fort Cornwallis), independence (George
Walton & Lyman Hall, Georgia signatories of the Declaration of Independence, are
buried here) civil war (Confederate Powder Works) baseball (Ty Cobb lived here and
played for the Augusta Tourists before going to the Detroit Tigers) medicine (Medical
College of Georgia, chartered 1828) and more....
Ft. Yargo Duluth at Dusk
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