One of our Facebook followers, Sherra Parisella made this comment, which sums up a lot about the nature of South Georgia: “
This congregation was founded in 1885. It’s now Graham United Methodist Church.
The cemetery across the road from the church contains the graves of many South Georgia pioneers.
This is the grandest home in Baxley, made more so by all the azaleas in bloom. If you’ve ever passed north through the town on U. S. Highway 1, you’ve undoubtedly seen it.
This was once a busy store on U. S. Highway 1.
The golden-hued grass seen in the foreground is Broomsedge (Andropogon virginicus), one of the most widespread non-cultivated plants in the South.
This is located near Friendship Baptist Church.
I remember many old farmhouses when I was growing up had this mid-20th-century metal awning over the windows; you rarely see it today. This is located directly beside S. S. Surrency’s store, which is shown in the following post.