Traveling the back roads of Georgia can make a fella hungry. I see about 6 patients a day, travel close to 150 miles per day to see them, I always pack my lunch. It's cheaper than eating in some fast food restaurant and tastes much better. I'm constantly on the look-out for places to pull over and take a break. I found this one last week. It's a pre-civil war grist mill that just sits on the side of the road with a few picnic tables. Thought I would share it with all of you.
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