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October 16, 2000
From journal Stone Mountain - more than just a fantastic laser
Fort Johnson, New York
October 7, 2000
Miss Anabelle's is located in an 1840 antebellum home. It antiques from southern parlors, dining rooms and bedrooms. These are all beautifully decorated with accessories, dolls, porcelains, tableware and music. This is not the greatest store to take younger children into, but if you can get a few minutes you really should at least take a quick peak. The whole store is breathtaking.
McWhorter's General Store will be the favorite stop for the younger generation. It features candy, homemade fudge, jams, jellies, cornmeal, pottery, toys, quilts, candles and crafts.
Last but not least is Holly, Ivy & Greene. This shop is devoted to our favorite holiday, Christmas. There are glittering trees and beautiful ornaments. This shop will definitely have you humming Santa Claus is Coming to Town.
From journal Take the Family to Stone Mountain GA
Be sure to stroll through the Plantation grounds and visit the blacksmith, view the meat smoking, and open hearth cooking. For those who love gardens, there is the kitchen garden as well as the formal gardens with a beautiful gazebo.
Don't miss the Civil War Encampments. Military drills, marching demonstrations, musket firing, and the soldiers' camp are sure to make even the most antsy little boy snap right to attention. Reenactments take place on Sunday afternoons.
Make sure you allow at least two hours to see all the out buildings, tour the main house and visit the encampments.
Browse through the wonderful shops that are located at the plantation. They are Carriage House Crafts, Miss Annabelle's, McWhorter's General Store and Holly, Ivy & Greene.