Sunday, December 16, 2012

Stepback, Georgia A great little community

Yesterday, I went to the the "community" of Stepback, GA. 

Don't bother digging out the map. You won't find it. It is a recreated community, set around the year 1900, that a gentleman built on his farmland near Eatonton. There are some 15 building or so, including a fully furnished cabin, a working waterwheel and mill, church, schoolhouse, and a fully stocked general store! 

It is not normally open to the public, but he was kind enough to open it all up for a Christmas showing. Here are a few photos that I took while there (click images to enlarge):

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