Bessie Mae’s Cottage | Interesting Waypoints

While on one of my  Grand Tour of Georgia 2017 rides I happened to pass this quaint little store in an old cottage. It was hard not to miss it. Standing right here on a nearly blind corner in the road. I decided to stop here on the way back. And I did. 

The cottage and store is in a tiny – blink and you miss it – town of Garland, GA. Close to the more popular towns of Dahlonega and Cleveland.


Bessie Mae’s is full of an eclectic selection of items for sale in every nook and cranny. The building in itself must have many stories tied to it. Built in 1892. Updated probably but seems to retain that olde world charm.

A store, a location that will be visited again, at leisure.

For more information head over to Bessie Mae’s

Leave The Road

Leave the road and take the Trails. Trails that are crooked, winding, lonesome. Leading to mountains that reach high into the clouds. For straight roads don’t make a skillful rider. 
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Eddie’s Tire Shop, N Georgia

North Georgia has many rural roads and ‘old’ businesses, some active, some closed down; serving mainly the local community. While on my rides, such old and dated places catch my attention and I have to stop and take pictures with the bike. This place, now closed permanently, is along Highway 9 which runs to Dahlonega – foothills of the North Georgia mountains.

Eddie’s Tire Shop North Georgia has many rural roads and ‘old’ businesses, some active, some closed down; serving mainly the local community. While on my rides, such old and dated places catch my attention and I have to stop and take pictures with the bike. This place, now closed permanently, is along Highway 9 which runs to Dahlonega – foothills of the North Georgia mountains.

Photo taken at: Eddie’s Tires

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