Thomasville is a picturesque south Georgia town. Tiny, but charming. The primary attraction of the city is its beautiful plantation home: Pebble Hill. This trip was my second visit to Pebble Hill, but it definitely won't be my last. I love walking through the house and learning the history of the home, but, even more than that, I just enjoy walking the grounds and exploring the gardens, barn, and sprawling oak trees.
View of the front of the house
The back of the house
Stable and barn area -- they hold a lot of weddings here in the courtyard
Collection of carriages
After we spent a few hours touring and meandering, we headed into town to grab a quick lunch. We had already planned out exactly where we were going to eat, but, because we spent so much time at the plantation, we missed the 2:00 lunch time deadline for most of the downtown restaurants. It was such a blessing in disguise, however, because we ended up eating at a place called George & Louie's. It was complete perfection!
Our appetizer: fried green tomatoes
Mom and I both ordered the fried shrimp with cheese grits
If you ever find yourself in southwest Georgia, I highly recommend stopping by Thomasville to look around. There were also, what looked like, a few really cute downtown boutiques, but we didn't have a chance to visit any. I'm planning another trip back really soon!