Ellijay, Georgia; The Place of Many Waters

Ellijay, Georgia is a tiny town of less than two thousand people in a little over 2.5 square miles. It is halfway between Blue Ridge and Jasper, just 75 miles north of Atlanta. Originally Cherokee territory, Ellijay also takes its name from the Cherokee word Elatseyi meaning “many waters.” Ellijay is located near the confluence…

Lawless Joy; Savouring the Unexpected in Tampa Heights

Tampa Heights was Tampa’s first suburb, directly north of downtown. It started as a small six-block area bordered by Florida, Central, Oak, and Henderson Avenues but the name now refers to a much wider area that was once known as the town of North Tampa. Today, Tampa Heights is considered anything north of downtown between…

Boulder; The Best, the Bold, & the Bizarre

Boulder, Colorado has received dozens of accolades and awards for being the happiest, healthiest, greenest, most liberal, most queer, most outdoor adventurous, most bike-friendly, most walkable, and best educated city, just to name a few! Boulder is located in the Boulder Valley between the Great Plains and the Rocky Mountains, bordered by the Flatiron Mountains…