Category Archive: Communities

Apr 13

Spring Makes Me Think of Dandelions

Apr 11

Dawn at Big Canoe

Big Canoe Chapel & Broyles Center

Oh how I wish this photograph did justice to the beauty viewed at Wolfscratch Village in Big Canoe this morning. The shot captures the cupola on the Broyles Center behind the beautiful dogwoods at dawn. © Linda Woodward Geiger. All Rights Reserved. linda@lindageiger.com

Apr 03

Marina at Big Canoe

Big Canoe Marina

When I was a kid I adored going fishing with my twin brother and/or my Dad. As an adult, I’ve rarely made the opportunities to continue that enjoyment. Perhaps because it’s spring again, I find my mind wandering to the good times only the brooks in Walpole, New Hampshire, where we caught delicious brook trout. …

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Apr 01

Mother Nature in the North Georgia Mountains

Rue Anemone

This morning, after several days of “misty moisty” weather, the sun beckoned me to one of my favorite wild flower trails at Amicalola Falls. Once I arrived the sun went pretty much into hiding and it was a crispy 46º. None-the-less, with camera in hand, I began the assent along the trail to the falls. …

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Mar 29

Flowering Trees at Dawn

Budding Dogwood in McDaniel Meadow

Flowering redbud and dogwood trees in McDaniel Meadow at Big Canoe. The weather is crisp, but the trees are a sure sign that spring is here. These photos were shot today just about dawn. Copyright. Linda Woodward Geiger. All Rights reserved. linda@lindageiger.com

Mar 17

Georgia Archives threatened by House Budget

The following article was recently posted on the Friends of Georgia Archives & History website http://www.fogah.org/ The Archives is already only open 3 days a week to the public. This bill in its current form would force it to close completely to the public. Please contact Georgia state senators asap about this! Remember that snail mail and …

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Feb 16

Wordless Wednesday: Aquedoktan House

Aquedoktan House, Weirs Beach

Alfred H. Brown and others owned the resort destination house they called :Aquedoktan House. The hotel was located at the Weirs on Lake Winnepausaukee in New Hampshire. (c) 2010 Linda Woodward Geiger, All Rights Reserved. Linda@LindaGeiger.com

Feb 09

Wordless Wednesday: Alfred Brown’s Hog

Alfred H. Brown and his hog with Clarence S. Gale

Alfred H. Brown’s hog with Alfred (left) and Alfred’s brother-in-law, Clarence S. Gale (right), Canterbury, New Hampshire, year unknown. (c) 2010 Linda Woodward Geiger, All Rights Reserved. Linda@LindaGeiger.com

Jan 20

Thriller Thursday: Death of Hobart Cape

HobartDeath

The Cape Family of Hinton, Georgia, witnessed more than it’s share of tragedy. I have so much empathy for Alice D. (Yancy) Cape, wife of William L. Cape and mother of Cora, Levi, Hobart, Madie, and Waldo. A family ruckus erupted on August 4th, 1924 and Levi, who reported was intoxicated, drew a gun and …

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Jan 19

Wordless Wednesday: Walpole, NH

Bridge Memorial Library

As children, my twin brother and I were not allowed to “hang out” unless we wanted to “hang out” at the public library in our little village. (c) 2010 Linda Woodward Geiger, All Rights Reserved. Linda@LindaGeiger.com

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