About Angie

Toccoa is a special place. The land is absolutely beautiful. It also is a very historic area where Native Americans once lived, hunted, and traded. The community plays outdoors—boating on Lake Hartwell, hiking along trails in the national forest, and kayaking and fishing along the many rivers and clear-to-the-bottom trout streams. But what really makes this part of northeast Georgia so attractive is the people. I have never met more kind-hearted folks than the those who live, work, and play in Stephens County. It is a place where strangers wave without knowing you and where neighbors always have open doors and hearts. When you visit Stephens County, you are visiting a place called home!

Toccoa’s Harvest Festival

By | 2013-06-28T20:46:43+00:00 November 4th, 2011|All, The City Toccoa|

The city of Toccoa's Harvest Festival takes place in late October and there is always plenty for everyone to do. I was especially interested in the Native American Indians who performed on the main stage.

Fern Glade

By | 2012-04-17T17:50:18+00:00 May 19th, 2011|All|

Walking through a fern glade in the middle 1,100 acres of forest always leaves me feeling quiet in my spirit and closer to God.