For Mural Monday: The colorful and unique Trail Busters Snowmobile Club sign sits along the north side of rural 291st Street, the main east-west road connecting Viborg, SD to I-29. The arrow points the way to the group's clubhouse, a remodeled one-room schoolhouse that sits a mile north.I love the old snowmobile balanced on top of the sign. It's definitely eye-catching.
Hi, this is @kokkolis_petros taking over @the_provinces profile. The following days I will be sharing with you pictures from my “Sundays” series. Starting in the city of Sparta in Peloponese, I photographed matches of the lower division of the local league, in villages where the number of inhabitants, the existence of a field and a certain financial contribution made possible the existence of a football team. I became a loyal fan of local football fields and a spectator of a peculiar league, devoid of financial interests, big ambitions and 'stars'
✨Bethlehem Primitive Baptist was organized c. 1834 in Brooks County and is one of a handful of Wiregrass Baptist Churches that are located across Southern Georgia.
Also known as Hardshell Baptists, these Wiregrass congregations had a conservative approach theology and an austere lifestyle that can still easily be interpreted in the architecture and design of these unadorned buildings. All the churches were built on site of native materials with local church labor and therefore will vary slightly from church to church. However, the basic design was always the same; no paint, no steeple, no window treatments, no distinct doors or entry points, low to the ground, etc. The inside design is just as sparse and quaint as the exterior.
Want to see more of this church? Check out the page on our website! 👉🏼hrcga.org/church/bethlehem-primitive-baptist/ 📸Photo courtesy of Steve Robinson
After visiting several distilleries along Kentucky's Bourbon Trail, our pick for best experience goes to Willett, a small, family-owned distillery that dates back to 1936.
Stephan picked Willett not only for their tasty bourbons and rye whiskeys (the Family Estate 4-year rye was a favorite), but also for their friendly, knowledgeable staff. He raved about Willett's Seasoned to Perfection tour, which focused on aging, barrel selection, and some of the smaller, overlooked details of the production process. He also appreciated that they offered the most comprehensive tasting of any of the distilleries he visited.
Sanchez and I enjoyed Willett for their stunning grounds. Tucked away in the rural countryside just outside of Bardstown, the sprawling property provided a nice opportunity for a stroll while Stephan sipped away in the tasting room.