Friday, April 27, 2012

Exploring Gray

Our current job has us in Gray, Georgia.  It is a tiny place just northeast of Macon.  One afternoon last week I went exploring on my bicycle.  This is what I found.

Apparently in 1825, LaFayette stopped here and made an address.

One of the things that makes a town a 'town' is the establishment of a church.  This one was built in 1810.  At that time, Gray was at the leading edge of the frontier.

The city cemetery seemed to go forever into the woods.  Unfortunately, I was in flip-flops and I don't relish the thought of poison oak and fire ant bites so further exploring would have to wait for another day.

6 comments:

Darla said...

You are in some beautiful country. I had to read your About Me page to see why you are all over the place more than anywhere else, lol. My husband is a construction site superintendent, he just moves around town. For perennials...the first year they sleep, the second they creep, the third they leap!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Oh, what a neat looking cemetery.

Fire ants stink! I'm glad we don't have them here, but they say we will eventually.

George said...

It looks as if your exploring expedition was very successful. I didn't know that LaFayette got to the interior of Georgia during his 1825 tour.

Anonymous said...

I have not understood, what you mean?

Stephanie said...

Such pretty finds so clse to home!

Busy Bee Suz said...

Good thing you didn't risk the ants and poison oak! Love the old church.