Americas Best Value Inn-Buford/Mall of Georgia
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Dragoncon…where thousands pour upon the city from every open pore breathing like a mighty river through every crack and crevice, flowing down through the streets in unison to fill up the empty spaces with thousands of tiny lights all weaving seemingly against each other, yet together in form. What was once a random tune in many heads now an orchestra fully composed and purposeful as it rises and falls like a crest of a wave for ...
... So I have had a few days to ponder this all. The things I discovered at Dragoncon that I didn’t expect to were the overwhelming acceptance of everyone. Sure there are hot skinny half dressed chicks but what was really impressive to me was seeing larger women and men still dressing up and enjoying themselves and honestly not only competing but outdoing people. So weight was not an issue and I have ...
Buford - 365 Days!
5 July 1939
“Mrs. William Jay visited her son, Ferman, at the Boy Scout camp Tuesday.”
Source: The Buford Advertiser
Photo: Ferman Jay, would later become a druggist - this sign was at his store on Main Street.
Buford was unique in that it had three drug stores on Main Street. There was Jay's, Anglin's, and Simpson's. I always dubbed ...
... in Buford each day of the week, and including a photo relating to that date (attempting to). This data is being posted to our fb page each day, and I now plan on posting here as well.
I hope you enjoy.
Buford - 365 Days!
29 June 1957
Progress in any city is marked not only by an increase ...
Yesterday, I found a photo out of our seventh grade yearbook and thought I would re-post it. Two woman that I went to school with and who were on that same page caused me to laugh so much yesterday, about how we all looked. They threatened me within an inch ...