The Right Blend Blog

  • Explore Liberty County Through June’s Top 9 Instagram Photos

    July 10, 2019, by Liberty County

    The world is a tremendous place with many different paths for all to take. Whether you have traveled to the ends of the Earth, or to the beaches of St. Catherines Island, the beauty that you will find is ever-changing. One thing for certain is that the sun will rise every morning and set in the evening and there are…

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  • Our Simple Recipe for the Perfect Southern Snack

    July 9, 2019, by Liberty County

    Nothing says summer in the South like enjoying a bowl of fresh, boiled peanuts and an ice-cold drink on a hot day. There are tons of roadside stands that pop up this time of year selling peanuts and Liberty County is no exception. Head out for a drive and be sure to slow down when you see the wooden signed…

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  • Why Going To Washington DC In Support Of Fort Stewart Matters

    July 3, 2019, by Liberty County

    Washington DC is an exciting city, always awake and always moving, there’s an energy that infuses everything in the district that you catch as soon as you step outside of the airport. You immediately want to be a part of the history you know is being made while you walk at a fast clip down busy sidewalks, navigate the buildings…

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  • Liberty’s LeConte Pear Was Once Famous

    July 2, 2019, by Liberty County

    Driving down South Commerce Street, I saw a bushel of pears on the ground being crushed by passing cars. It reminded me of one fall many years ago when I was in grammar school. We did not have a pear tree on our farm, but we had neighbors who had plenty of them. They always gave us bushels of them…

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  • 10 Amazing Hidden Gems About Liberty County That Will Blow Your Mind

    July 1, 2019, by Liberty County

    It’s easy to fall in love with Liberty County! With its enchanting forests of live oaks draped in Spanish moss, winding dirt roads, magical sunsets over the coastal waterways, heroes from history and true Southern charm, what’s not to love? But our slice of paradise wouldn’t be complete without a few hidden secrets that you would only learn from a…

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  • 5 Tips for Picking Georgia Grown Blueberries

    June 28, 2019, by Liberty County

    As the months get hotter in South Georgia that means a lot of fruits and veggies are sprouting as well! One I’m always excited about is blueberries. Whether I use them for muffins for the office, a cobbler for Sunday dinner, a smoothie for breakfast or as an addition in my personal fav, a Bianca Croft Watermelon Margarita! Before setting…

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  • A Look into Fort Morris and its Tale of Bravery and Defiance

    June 28, 2019, by Liberty County

    Tucked away in the marsh grass along the Medway River, you will find a place of quiet serenity that was once a fortress of protection for the neighboring town of Sunbury. Tensions were rising in the American colonies so it was decided in 1776 that the booming port of Sunbury should be protected from all enemies, including England. Soon after…

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  • 5 Awesome Ways to Have Fun in Liberty County in July

    June 21, 2019, by Liberty County

    Summer is in full swing, and by now the novelty of not having to go to school has probably worn off for the youngsters. Break up the monotony of video games and television, get the kids out doing fun activities in the community. You’ll be glad they’re out of the house, and they’ll be happy to try something new! Photo…

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  • The Flowers of a Coastal Georgia Summer

    June 21, 2019, by Liberty County

    Coastal Liberty County has some gorgeous plants, and you wouldn’t think that during some of the warm temperatures we’ve been having that most of them would be blooming, but that’s the glory of the coast, something is always in season and our south Georgia sun knows how to grow some pretty flowers! Enjoy this pictorial blog all about flowers on…

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  • An Incredible Walk in Liberty County You’ll Never Forget

    June 13, 2019, by Liberty County

    Think back to a time when school buses and parent drop off/pick-up lines weren’t the norm when it came to transportation to gain your education. Walking to and from school was a very common occurrence for many generations especially in the more rural areas of a community. I know in the many versions of stories about walking to school it…

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