I enjoy discovering new places and seeing new things, whether across the country or in my own ‘back yard’. Recently, I set out to find some historic churches in my area. After mapping out some locations, my journey began.
I had to travel down dirt/sand roads, but the churches were worth the effort.
I found the Chapel at Burnt Fort in Camden County, where I live. It was restored several years ago.
Several miles away, in Brantley County, Georgia, I got to see two Primitive churches:
Pilgrims’ Rest Baptist
and High Bluff Baptist
For the full article about my journey, check it out here.
6 thoughts on “Tracking down history, one dirt road at a time”
I’ve never seen churches like these before! They’re quite charming 🙂
Wow….to only imagine the generations of faces these little chapel walls have seen!
That is so amazing!! I love historical building like this. Just makes you think how life was then compared to now, but the building remains.
I love your journey of discovery. Nice to be part of it virtually.
Hi Tammy. The windows offer a clue as to its nature in the first building but the other two, I don’t think you would know unless somebody told you (or you are a bit of an expert on these things!). Do they look more church-like on the inside?
Hey Richie. They both had a few rows of pews inside, but that was about all.