Tag Archives: Georgia

Welcome to the Georgia Blogroll

I’d like to take this time to welcome all of my new friends from the Georgia Blogroll, hosted by Georgia On My Mind!

I hope that you all enjoy my take on South Georgia, faith, and the world around me.  Always feel free to comment or email me at the address on the sidebar.

I look forward to meeting all of you!


Camden Blogging: A Dove and a Bridge

A poem by a local friend of mine:

No arrow of enlightenment fletched with the feathers of truth,
No ruthless predator preying on the slow, pruning the herd
No metaphorical eternal struggle
And nothing like a simile.

No mustachioed Marlin Perkins,
No battered Range Rover,
No tawny lions of the Serengeti,
No howling hyena bitches.
No circle of life.

Just one hawk,
One dove,
In my front yard.
The dove lost.

November in my Soul

I have always wanted to see more focus on our little area of South Georgia. November in my Soul also has some great photos and writings about Camden County. You can read about the old bridge over the St. Marys River on Hwy 17 here.

Wi-Fi in Camden Co, GA

Between seminary and church-work, I have a lot of writing, thinking, and researching to do. I really enjoy finding new places to get away with my laptop and do some of this work. SO, I’m trying to compile a list of places in Camden County, GA that have free wi-fi (wireless internet access). I don’t know if there is a list somewhere on line.

If you have a place to add, please comment! (all places in this list should have free wi-fi, not hackable wi-fi!)

Places in Camden County, GA With Free Wi-Fi:

  • The Sweetest Things
  • St. Marys Down Town Development (though, unless you want to sit on their porch, it’s not much help)

That’s all I’ve got! Help me out!

Watch Out, Gavo, We’re Coming for You

Sorry Gavin, your state is mine.  According to the Tennessean, Georgia wants to annex a portion of Tennessee–for your water!

A resolution in Georgia’s legislature proposes to move the Tennessee-Georgia boundary about a mile to the north of where it now lies, which could put Kyle right back into the state he left 15 years ago.

David. South Georgia Style.