Saturday, June 6, 2015

Small Town In Georgia

Last Fall, we set out to do a road trip to
 Tennessee. Somehow we entered Georgia on
the very first day and ended up staying there
for the next 3 days...
We fell in love!
Just before we left Georgia, we happened upon
a little town called Clayton.

I mean, how big can a town be when folks
running for office use only their first name?

There is an old house there built of rocks.
The fountain, benches, and everything else
were built with rocks long ago...

The area around the town was filled with hills,
valleys, and beautiful blue skies.

Leaving Georgia was hard, as I had fallen
in love. We took the mountain road out of
Georgia and into Tennessee.

Truly, some of the prettiest mountains and
towns you will ever see.

Thanks for dropping by!


  1. How interesting. Billy huh? Not Billybob? The pictures show how how nice it is. Georgia to Tennessee? I best look at a map lol!

  2. I like the look of that rock house. Pretty!

  3. We live in a small town just outside of Savannah, so I know what you mean. We love driving the backroads.

  4. Thanks for the vicarious visit to Georgia.

    Do I get to see Tennessee too?

  5. What an adorable little town. It would have been difficult for me to leave also. While I miss Texas greatly, I do have to admit that here in Tennessee, once cannot deny the beautiful mountain views!

  6. How fun- those are the best sort of trips, when you can just explore and fall in love with a place. Looks like a very homey town. Thanks for sharing it!

  7. We just love to find little towns like glad you had such fun.

  8. Rivercrest Cottage,
    Ah~h~h. . .I know the feeling, dear friend!!!
    When "Mr. Ed" and I traveled to Maryland far too many years ago, I wanted to stay!!!
    Thanks for sharing such gorgeous photos!!!

  9. My husband is from Georgia. What a pretty little town you found. I would love to live there. Thank you for visiting and telling me your water story. Oh gosh! It does make ours seem not nearly as bad. We now have 2 dehumidifiers running under the house. After two weeks we will check and see where to go from there. We have a 2500.00 deductible! Yuk! So we're trying to fix everything ourselves. At least our water is under the house. Yours was pouring inside the the house. That must have been awful! Thanks again!

  10. I have never been to that part of the country, but it sure looks pretty!

  11. That is such a pretty town!
    I've only driven through Georgia in the middle of the night when I was young and on my way to Fort Lauderdale.
    NOW, I'd much rather visit there than Florida!

  12. Oh that stone house - with the built in stone benches !
    Isn't that something?
    But that Tennessee photo is just gorgeous !