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  1. Avatar Kay
    June 28, 2018 @ 9:36 am

    So glad you wrote this article about a country I’ve read little about. I look forward to your additional articles. I’m going straight to a map of Georgia now. Would you consider including a map in your articles with your route marked? Just an idea.

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  2. Avatar Kay
    June 28, 2018 @ 9:36 am

    So glad you wrote this article about a country I’ve read little about. I look forward to your additional articles. I’m going straight to a map of Georgia now. Would you consider including a map in your articles with your route marked? Just an idea.

    Reply

  3. Avatar Alice Grant Chambers
    June 28, 2018 @ 1:31 pm

    We had a student from Georgia at St. John’s College and he became a seller of Georgian wines. I loved the Rose which I don’t normally like unless it is French and dry. Georgia’s is great. A group of students from SJC went to Georgia to help them set up a classical study seminar based program like that of St. John’s. I wondered if it is still going. Thanks for the info on Georgia.
    Alice Chambers (Lisa’s Mom)

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  4. Avatar Alice Grant Chambers
    June 28, 2018 @ 1:31 pm

    We had a student from Georgia at St. John’s College and he became a seller of Georgian wines. I loved the Rose which I don’t normally like unless it is French and dry. Georgia’s is great. A group of students from SJC went to Georgia to help them set up a classical study seminar based program like that of St. John’s. I wondered if it is still going. Thanks for the info on Georgia.
    Alice Chambers (Lisa’s Mom)

    Reply

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