That is Woodstock, Georgia, not Woodstock, NY.
Above is one third of a mural in town. This part represents of of the main industries of the past: Chickens.
We went to Woodstock for a Sister Hazel concert this past Friday night.
Here is Joe Jenkins that told me about the Sister Hazel concert. The concert was to start at 7:30. We arrived at 5:40, which was too late to get a good place in the park. Joe Jenkins and his family arrived at 4:30 and they ideally had a good place. It would have been a good place if hoards of people just kept coming, even when they were late and it was so crowded I doubt if anybody had a good place to see.
Joe and I both grew up in Marietta and knew the same people, places, and happenings, but we never met until about last fall a the dog park. A small world is sometimes a big world. By the way, he made that Woodstock tee-shirt.
I mentioned the Right Wing Tavern this past week in a post. Here it is.
Here is Betty Boop, as a carhop, outside the hotdog joint on Main Street. Does it looks she is serving a black SUV in the first picture - and wait! in the second picture it is rolling off her tray! I know what you are thinking, "What a clever photographer!" and I agree... but I must confess, I didn't realize the vehicle*(s) was/were on her tray until just now.
Woodstock, Georgia, is special to me. My great grandfather, William A. Hunter built a house on Main Street back in 1903. Now it is the building of a tool rental company. My grandfather, Frank Paris Hunter, grew up in and near Woodstock.
As I was saying before, the crowd made sitting back enjoying the entertainment very hard. We tried to listen to the opening act before Sister Hazel and couldn't. So, about five minutes into trying to Listen to Sister Hazel we just could not take anymore of the crowd.... also, we gave some thought of trying to leave when it was over, we would be either be the stampeders or the stampedees. So we left.
Here is short video to prove my point... Although as terrible as I hate to be in a crowd it does provide an excellent place to people watch.