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Competing with Virginia as the origin spot of Brunswick Stew, the town of Brunswick, Georgia, has the original pot on display at downtown Mary Ross Waterfront Park.[Jody High, 01/22/2017]
- F St., Brunswick, GA
- From US Hwy 341/Bay St. turn west onto F St., then immediately turn left into a parking lot. The pot will be on the right, in front of the flag pole.
There is a white sign on a fence for a Baptist church on the left at the road where the Uncle Tom's Cabin marker is. Gen. Thomas Kennedy is on other side of marker.[Cindy Boyles, 01/22/2017]
- Walker Pike, Paint Lick, KY
- I-75 exit 76. Drive west on Hwy 21/Paint Lick Rd for 2.5 miles. Turn left onto Hwy 954. Drive 7.5 miles. At the stop sign, turn left onto Hwy 52. Drive a quarter-mile. The marker will be on the left, at the corner of Hwy 52 and Walker Pike (Look for a white sign on a fence for a Baptist Church). Only the side of the marker facing this way refers to Uncle Tom's Cabin.
- Cherry Log, Georgia - A Uniter, Not A Divider
Expedition: Bigfoot! (Sasquatch Museum): In a time when Americans yearn for someone to bring them together, David Bakara knows who that someone is. [01/21/2017] Complete Story...
- Mount Airy, North Carolina - Metal Sign Man
Ten feet tall, a vintage, colorful 2-D metal man. He was originally a gas station guy; now he advertises a used car lot. Roadsideamerica.com Report... [01/21/2017]
Newly bush-hogged, you can once again see the landmark that gave the Anvil Rock community its name. Time and the elements continue to ravage this crumbling natural monument. Nearby are other collections of boulders that suggest this may be the edge of a glacial line from an ancient ice age. Many historical markers in the area.[Barry Groover, 01/21/2017]
- Stoneboro Rd, Anvil Rock, SC
- A little over three miles southwest of Heath Springs, on the southbound side of Hwy 522/Stoneboro Rd, just past the mailbox for #4875. May be hidden by undergrowth.