Each year my family makes a trip to the mountains of north east Georgia
to a small town call Clayton.
It is pretty much every thing a small town should be.
Beautiful old homes
Lots of churches
Unique stores, this one has been my favorite for years.
I stand at the window and drool
Sometimes I even have the nerve to go in.
These appliances are works of art.
They have row after row of old ones just waiting for someone to choose them and let the artist start working on them.
If I had plenty of extra money this mint green one would live in my kitchen.
Truth be told, I would take any one of them, even this unfinished beauty.
Next comes the part of a small town that can make you laugh.
Do you see that screen door on the top level porch.
It has been like that with no stairs leading out of it since I was a kid.
It has made me want to pull over and ask why for just a many years.
Each year I drive by I stop to see if they have ever added steps.
I guess we all have unfinished projects.
BTW, my hubby wants to know if they are ever going to do anything with the old truck.
Maybe one day we will stop and ask.
Up next, the sweet cabin in the woods with the clothes drying on the line.
Perfect country life, right.
Until you know that it is staged and those same undies and bra hang there everyday.
This just makes me laugh, I think the owners and I could be good friends.
Our warped sense of humors would get along great.
Welcome to small town America, this is the America I love.