I’m not sure if this garden is publicly or privately maintained, but it’s a wonderful use of the space.
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This store and the house next door (depicted in the next post) are all that remain of the village of Blundale. It was known as Flander’s Store or Flander’s Grocery, according to David Flanders, whose grandfather Emory Hodges Flanders was the proprietor during the 1930s and 1940s. Thanks to David for the historical background!
Adrian is located smack-dab on the Emanuel-Johnson County line, but the majority is in Emanuel County. Locals joke that in one church the preacher gives his sermon from one county to his congregants in another. But one thing that’s no joke is that Adrian is a very friendly town…and if you ever find yourself there for lunch, stop by the Farmhouse Cafe, which is known for its homemade cathead biscuits. Of course, the lace bread isn’t so bad, either!