We began our full-time road adventure by heading south. While some folks may ask why south? Those that know us simply reply it is February. Which means we are going to dodge the cold and snow.
As we were leaving Kentucky we took a small detour and went to Levi Jackson State Park near London Ky. I wanted to see the McHargue Mill.
I have a fascination with grist or grinding mills. Both Brenda and I have mills in our family history. Cordray, GA was a community built around the grist mill my great grandfather owned. While Brenda’s family, on her mother’s side, came from Switzerland and started flour mills on the east coast. We posted pictures of the McHargue’s mill both on Facebook and Instagram. If you visit Instagram search for @twentyonefeathers and check my albums on Facebook under Dan Cordray.
We thought we would stop and see the Etowah Indian mounds near Cartersville.However the mounds site was not open that day. Which led to a walkaround and the discovery of a really nice looking courthouse.
Our travels will be taking on a route through Atlanta where we will visit one of my cousins but also Kennesaw Mountain.
So, just as Gen. Sherman may have said, “On to Atlanta…”
Until next time…
“Get Out, Be Safe, and Go Adventure”