Tag Archives: Columbia County, GA

Evans Road Infrastructure is Barely Keeping Up

I used to commute by bicycle, not every day, but more than occasionally. When we moved to Evans in 2001, there were no stop lights or stop signs on Washington Road from Ronald Reagan Drive by the Government Center, which … Continue reading

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Paint recycling

Apparently the best we can hope for paint recycling in Columbia County is the once a year recycling event. When we moved here in 2001, the county commission had commissioned a study about building a recycling center. Where’s my recycling … Continue reading

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Evans loses its best salsa

Moe always says he knows burritos, but let me tell you, his salsa his from a can and it SUCKS! Until a few weeks ago, I didn’t care much about Moe’s salsa. I’d been to the Mullin’s Crossing location a … Continue reading

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Our Guide to Roughing It

The good news is it’s been raining in Georgia since lunchtime yesterday, exactly the kind of rain we need, the steady rain that soaks in to the drought-dried ground instead of just running off like most of the gully-washer thunderstorms … Continue reading

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Walking in “downtown” Evans

After a month of listings, phone calls, and meeting up with prospective buyers in various parking lots around town, I’ve traded the car Andrea and I bought when we returned from London in April 2001 for a counter check in … Continue reading

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