July 10th, 2013

 

Well I ventured out to west Georgia last Wednesday! My New South crew and I suited up, and headed out to the Mt. Zion Public Library! On our way we passed by the McIntosh Reserve, home to William McIntosh, a famous Creek Indian chief. His father was Scottish-American, and apparently he fought in a kilt! I didn’t see any kilts in Mt. Zion, but the folks at there sure knew how to treat an ArchaeoLass… that’s me!

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Our tour around this area wasn’t over, as we headed to the Ephesus Library in Roopville! It was a little rainy, but the kids over at the Ephesus Library were full of smiles and sunshine!

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What an enthusiastic bunch of kids. You could even say that some of them were “shocked” with excitement!

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Some kids played the interactive games multiple times. They all really liked peering through the exhibits I brought on the bus with me! What a splendid time we all had!

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