This town has a lot of antique stores, consignment shops and thrift stores. One consignment store had a small deli restaurant in the back which I might say has the best Reuben Sandwich I have ever had.
I did take photos of buildings that had artwork or a painted quilt on it of course. The weather was cool in the morning, warm in the after noon until the sun went down and we were inside by the time it cooled of at night.
We managed to go to a couple of winery places and buy some homemade wine. We even tasted some. $8.00 for five shots of wine and you take the glass home with you, who could resist that. Yes, we had a designated driver.
We also went to a well maintained farm that had fresh meats, pickled preserves and farm animals for us to pet. If we really had to pet, they were there. Here are some pictures of a few of them. Well, the goats would not turn around!
The Amish store in town was filled with great food stuff to take home with us.
Ever have a Zagnut? Delicious treat. Pickled Eggs? Yum
Down at the farm in Ellijay.
It was a very busy four days and a lot to see. Here are a couple of photos of the town with
painted art work on them.
I love to see artwork expressed on buildings and walls using a different source. Enjoy!