Hampton Inn Atlanta-Mall of Georgia
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Travel Blogs from Buford
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 ...
... been anywhere like that…with total acceptance and respect for everyone. I honestly didn’t expect people to be so laid back too. There was no pushing and shoving even though it was a lot of people in a small amount of space. I saw no one drunk off their ass or yelling or mean in any way. Jym was late to several of the panels and discussions and for the most part they were ok with people ...
14 March 1945
Buford native, Lt. Albert Bradley, age 22, a co-pliot in a B24 Liberator, 15th Air Force, was shot down over Hungary.
He was listed as missing until his body was found and brought home to Buford on July 12, 1950. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe ...
Buford - 365 Days!
3 July 1962
Rudolph Wheeler joined the Buford volunteer fire department.
3 July 1978
Bill Stephens joined the Buford volunteer fire department.
Source: Historic Buford by Handsel G. Morgan
Photo: Buford Volunteer Fird ...
Yesterday afternoon, I went exploring the ruins of an old build that was built c. 1920. It was the offices of the Shadburn Brothers.
According to H.G. Morgan, author of Historic Buford, "W.B. (Burl) and J. Loss Shadburn, doing business as the Shadburn Brothers, began operation in 1903. They made harnesses for a time on the second floor above ...