Visiting West Central Georgia

Come to west central Georgia and you'll have the sense that time (almost) stands still.



west central Georgia - canoeing on Flint River
West central Georgia offers many attractions, including canoe rides on the Flint River.
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west central Georgia - antebellum mansion
Some of the region's old antebellum homes still survive, in some cases because they've been restored.
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west central Georgia - cows in pasture and pecan tree
It's a land of cattle and pecan trees.
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west central Georgia - school bus hay wagon
A hay bus on Pobiddy Road in Talbot County.
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west central Georgia - mike buckner and son emptying grain bag
Miller Mike Buckner and son Joshua
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west central Georgia - old homestead
A homestead of bygone days.
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west central Georgia - John Terry at Talbot Central High
School superintendent John Terry at Talbot's Central High School.
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west central Georgia - ray sherman and ducks
Lake and woods consultant Ray Sherman would rather change careers than leave much-loved Pine Mountain.
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west central Georgia - warm springs white house
Some of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's happiest days were spent at the Little White House in Warm Springs. Here, he received treatment for polio in the 88°F waters and built a model farming community in nearby Pine Mountain Valley — and it was here that he died.
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