In This Issue: March '17
Mar 03, 2017 11:50AM
● By Tracy McCoy
Some years ago Rabun County's tagline was “Where Spring Spends The Summer”. This mild winter has made me think it could be “Where Spring Spends The Winter”. It has been very enjoyable, oh we've had a cold snap or two and we witnessed some snowflakes but for the most part it has been a very warm winter. I personally have loved it and tried to be mindful to say thanks each day. All of us here in the mountains are looking forward to the official start of spring which is March 20th right around the corner.
In this issue we'll take a look at why you should consider a local real estate agent when purchasing a home or property in the mountains. We will share a directory of service professionals for you making it easy to begin your spring clean up or home project. We will share an interview with a WWII veteran who was on the front lines, fighting across the French Alps; he is the epitome of courageous. You'll also learn how no matter where you travel you may well run into someone who reads the Georgia Mountain Laurel. Mark Holloway shares two such instances he experienced when his family traveled to the Grand Teton National Park.
We hope you will enjoy this issue of the magazine and we love to hear from you so drop us a line or give us a call. We appreciate all of you and all of our outstanding advertisers. We ask that you give them your support and let them know you saw their ad in the March issue.
Thanks and Happy St. Patrick’s and Spring!