Craving the love and affection of a puppy? We have an adorable group of pups that are sure to hit the spot! Meet Wonton, Chop Suey, Lo Mein, Eggroll, General Tso, Ping, and Moo Shu. At 2 months of age, they have a lot to learn. If you have lots of love and time to raise a puppy, come and meet these little ones. They're ready to be "take out", as in taken out of the shelter!
As always, more adoptable animals can be found on HSSCG.org.
Hungry? Our Brunswick store is OPEN today! Collins & Chadstone are closed today and will reopen tomorrow ❤️
5 33012 hours ago
Man hat mir gesagt, dass ich auf meinem Profil nicht so rüberkomme, wie ich wirklich bin. Du siehst mich hier keine Tränen lachen und wie ein Meerschweinchen nach Luft schnappen. Du siehst mich hier nicht schlecht gelaunt, weil ich Hunger habe. Auch nicht, wie ich mich drei Mal im Kreis drehe, weil ich vergessen habe wo ich hin möchte. Und auch nicht, wie ich wie eine Robbe vor Freude klatsche, weil der Kellner mein Essen bringt. Aber du siehst hier meine schönen Momente, die auf Fotos festgehalten werden. Und das ist Instagram. Schöne Momente auf Fotos. 🌸 Alles andere ist Persönlichkeit, die man echt erleben muss. .
28 21316 April, 2019
An astonishing bit of business has been standing on Reynolds Street in Brunswick, Georgia since 1891. It certainly
The technical story is that an architect named J.A. Wood designed this house for Brunswick resident Timothy
Mahoney, in an unusual Carpenter Gothic style called Moorish Victorian, but a more apt statement would be that J.A.
Wood woke up one morning and decided to execute a structure that would have made the likes of Cecil B. DeMille,
P.T. Barnum and perhaps Walt Disney sit down in the middle of the road and weep for joy.
I knew none of this, of course, when I was wandering around Brunswick the other day, just hoping for some great
photos and thanking God that the air conditioner in my car was functioning as intended.
Brunswick is a gorgeous port city. It was laid out in 1771 using the same Oglethorpe Plan of grid patterned streets
and green squares that can be seen in Savannah, that "other port" just up the road. The Civil War took a toll,
naturally, the result being that much of Brunswick's great old houses are Italianates, Victorians, and Gothics - built
after the war.
The one in question, here, eventually passed into the McGarvey family and was inherited by a woman named Virginia
McGarvey. Oddly enough, she operated the place as a furniture store, but did have the good sense to stipulate in her
will that the house be preserved after her death.
And it has been. Sitting across the street from Brunswick's grand old court house (another picture for another day), the Mahoney-McGarvey House today belongs to a law firm, as a tasteful sign out front informed me.
I came away wondering about the story, and couldn't wait to find it. When I did go digging later that afternoon, I
quickly learned that this house is considered the finest example of Carpenter Gothic architecture in the entire state of
I'm not the least bit surprised. At age 127, it almost made ME sit down in the middle of the road and weep for joy." #georgiacoast#goldenisles#southernvoice#coastal_living#historic#stsimonsisland#goldenislesmag#brunswick