Posts Tagged ‘geography’

History of the Kinsey-Kenemer Cemetery [Guest Post]

History of the Kinsey-Kenemer Cemetery [Guest Post]

I’m pleased to present the very first guest post here at Jordan’s Journey. Today’s article and photos are by Lynne McGehee Cabe. Lynne is not only a fellow descendant of several of the earliest Armuchee Valley families but a Scoggins descendant too! Trained as a professional social worker and public administrator, Lynne became interested in […]


Villanow’s Scenic Sites: Johns Mountain, Keown Falls, and The Pocket

Villanow's Scenic Sites: Johns Mountain, Keown Falls, and The Pocket

It has been almost 15 years since I lived in Georgia. That seems like such a long time ago. All that time away from the place I grew up is actually one of the things that enabled me to make Jordan’s Journey. If I had stayed in the same place, I don’t think I would have been […]


Ridges and Valleys and Streams… Oh My!

Ridges and Valleys and Streams... Oh My!

The area of northwest Georgia where I grew up is part of the Valley and Ridge region. This region is made up of “long northeast-southwest-trending valleys and ridges that give the region its name” (Geology). The region is not unique to Georgia and “extends continuously from New York to the edge of the Coastal Plain […]