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Len Foote Hike Inn: N GA Treasure
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Vernal Equinox, Mar 19-20, 2023
Archaeoastronomy — word of the day!
Archaeoastronomy is the discipline that studies how people in the past have understood or tried to explain the phenomena they saw in the night sky…
This video will give you a good idea of what the Hike Inn Trail is like…
In 2018, the Dahlonega Plateau in northern Georgia was recognized as a viticultural area, which means its unique soil quality, sun exposure, and climate make it extra special for growing wine.
An American Viticultural Area, or AVA, is a specific type of appellation of origin used on wine labels. An AVA is a delimited grape-growing region with specific geographic or climatic features that distinguish it from the surrounding regions and affect how grapes are grown. Source: United States Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau
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