Coming Back

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  1. edahnewton1 says:

    Hey nice article you have there. Thanks for putting efforts to update Georgia resident’s of the present situation of their favorite places that was closed due to Covid 19 . Mheen the feeling of boredom was real and felt by me, I just can’t wait till May 30th to enjoy my live music again at the paradise Hills Resorts, already anticipating

  2. evans says:

    Awesome review, on hearing that such a  country as Gorgia is easing it’s lockdown is a good fact that the ravaging pandemic is gradually wearing away just as it come…With the damages and suffering that the ravaging pandemic has brother, I believe it’s time all Nations unite as to find a cure…

    thanks for the informative review….

    • Alyce says:

      Hi evans, this information (and website) is actually about the STATE of Georgia within the USA. 

      However, COVID-19 is definitely a global concern and I do hope that the nations of the world can find a way to allocate their resources to help all of us around the world. 

  3. Jomata says:

    There’s always light at the end of the tunnel only if we don’t loose hope an decide to stay inside the dark tunnel,  it’s so good to hear know that things are gradually coming back to normal,  however this normal is a new normal a it will take alot of people time to really adjust to ho things will begin to operate in the post corona world. But indeed this is goodnews and I likd that Governor Kemp is taking really good measures in fighting this virus and also condering the citizens.

  4. Lizzychris says:

    Hello there, Georgia is as beautiful as it name! 

    It is so painful that the convid-19 pandemic is depriving most of us especially me from exploring! I love to try something new and “Georgia mountain” seems like the place to visit! The view is great and the parks look good. I am looking to the end of this pandemic so I can visit. Thanks

  5. Philebur says:

    Hello there, thanks a lot for sharing this wonderful piece of information here with us. I must say i really did enjoyed going through your article as it contains useful informations one could hold on to. Though things are starting to go back in place as we are adapting to the situation one must also be very cautious in times like this just to be safe

  6. Sami says:

    Your article concerning coming Back To Georgia was a very interesting introduction to enjoying being in Georgia.  While travel is still a bit restricted, and mingling too much with crowds discouraged, it is good for the mind to have an article promoting the lovey state and activities available there.  

    We will all be travelling soon, and doing so safely with the loved ones that have not lost their lives due to our being wise, and observing the restrictions for dealing with the pandemic.  It is tough to be a tourist-dependent industry, and hard to be patient when you are losing money every day.  I intend to preserve our freedoms of living as safely as possible and not have my freedoms to healthy and safe activities taken away by people who refuse to do their part to keep us all safe. While some are a bit impatient, hopefully, there are enough patient ones to make travel to your state the enjoyable experience it should be. Thank you for the mini-trip in my mind this afternoon. Sami

    • Alyce says:

      It is definitely a time to be cautious about when and where to travel within Georgia and elsewhere. Places without large crowds are going to be safer than others, and everyone must be aware of their own risk category and adjust their outside / public activity accordingly.

  7. Craig says:

    Hi Alyce

    We are also looking forward to things opening up. Although the mountains are always a great place to visit, we particularly like the Appalachians in the fall when the leaves are turning.  Your guide certainly provides us with enough information to be able to take in all the sites of Georgia. 

    Between the maps of Georgia’s vineyards wineries and the maps of the historic sites and parks, we will certainly be able enjoy the scenery of the mountains.

    Thanks for the information:

    Craig

    • Alyce says:

      Hi Craig, The Fall is a wonderful time of year to visit the Georgia mountains, as the Autumn colors on the Blue Ridge Mountains are spectacular and the weather is perfect!

  8. Skuchmane says:

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  9. David nelson says:

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  10. JaysonGP says:

    Thank you, I am so pleased to see that you have broken down the sites and social media resources concerning National Parks and attractions in Georgia for us, especially amidst the closure of this Covid-19 outbreak. Although at this time, many of us are still inside waiting for this quarantine to pass, you are preparing for when we can visit our parks and recreate with pleasure again. 

    I would absolutely love to visit the state of Georgia and walk amidst its vineyards and zoos. I have been to Atlanta, but now wish to go back to enjoy the many open parks and sites! A wonderful article, and most informative! 

    • Alyce says:

      Thanks Jayson. People understandably have different comfort levels with regards to the timing of getting back out. Whether or not we are ready to venture out into the world again, it is certainly something that most of us are really looking forward to!

  11. goldtooth says:

    If I ever get to drive your way, I sure know where to find pertinent information! Your photos show the beauty of Georgia, but I couldn’t see everything because I’m not a Face Booker. Being from the West, I have never been to that part of the country, but love to travel. Your site is very colorful and attractive. I like the maps page for us travelers.
    Gold tooth

  12. Goldtooth says:

    If I ever get to drive your way, I sure know where to find pertinent information! Your photos show the beauty of Georgia, but I couldn’t see everything because I’m not a Face Booker. Being from the West, I have never been to that part of the country, but love to travel. Your site is very colorful and attractive. I like the maps page for us travelers.
    Gold tooth

  13. Michael says:

    Wow what perfect timing for your article!

    I also live in Georgia and with the 3 day weekend coming up thanks to Memorial Day, I was looking for places to go.

    I found it very useful that you had all the major places and parks right here in your article to look at and see which ones were and were not open.

    I’ll probably head to the mountains for sure this weekend.

    Thanks again.

    Also by the way, what place do you plan on visiting soon ?

    • Alyce says:

      Hi Michael, Sounds like a plan.

      My next venture out is likely to be to pick up my wine club member selections in the Dahlonega area from Frogtown Winery and Wolf Mountain Vineyards. I highly recommend the bold red wines (so many fantastic choices!) at Frogtown and the sparkling white wines (made by méthode champenoise) at Wolf Mountain.

  14. Chloe says:

    It’s so refreshing to read the news that some nature parks, sights are opening in GA after a long lockdown. With the weather warming up, nothing sounds better than getting some fresh air in nature! 

    Parks, zoos, and vineyards, there are something for everyone. I will be coming back to this site next time when I plan to visit Georgia. 

    Thanks for the information and the reminder on key voting dates =) 

    • Alyce says:

      Thank you Chloe, The Georgia mountains are a wonderful place to visit (or live) and the local people and businesses will greatly appreciate the support when things are open again.

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