Monthly Archive: April 2014

Apr 30

Looking Forward to FGS 2014, San Antonio (August 27-30)

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It won’t be long before we are greeting our genealogical family in San Antonio when we congregate for the 2014 FGS annual conference. It can’t get any better than that! This year the conference theme is “Gone to Texas” and will take place the 27th through the 30th of August in San Antonio. What might …

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Apr 24

Reflections

Gibbs Gardens

These photos were taken with my Nikon Digital Camera D3200 a week ago. Computer woes have keep me from posting these before now. For this post I’ve selected some of the many shots I took that show reflections in the wide variety of water features. ¬© Linda Woodward Geiger. All Rights Reserved.

Apr 16

Azaleas et al at Callaway Gardens

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Continue to imagine spending a perfect spring day with dear friends at one of Georgia’s loveliest gardens. Callaway Gardens¬†is a destination! The gardens consist of about 2,500-acres of delight attractions including the Overlook Azalea Garden and Pavilion, the Callaway Brothers Azalea Bowl, the Ida Cason Callaway Memorial Chapel (where my Charlie and I were married …

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Apr 16

Cecil B. Day Butterfly Center

Cecil B. Day Butterfly Center, Calloway Gardens

Imagine spending a perfect spring day with dear friends at one of Georgia’s loveliest gardens. It can’t get any better than that! One of the many attractions at Callaway Gardens (a 2,500-acre garden) is the Cecil B. Day Butterfly Center, a large conservatory. In this post I’m sharing some of the shots I took with …

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Apr 10

Trail from the Base of the Falls Revisited

Wildflowers at Amicalola Falls

Spring has decided it may come to the North Georgia Mountains after all. Hooray! Although the spring wildflowers have a ways to go, the little sprouts and blossoms make me happy. Some days you just can’t win. I managed to leave home without charging the battery for my Nikon camera so I only captured a …

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