Tuesday, April 22, 2014

She Laughs As She Runs

From the Georgia Trust:  What town in Georgia got its name from a Native American word meaning “she laughs as she runs”?

Answer:  Euharlee
 
The name "Euharlee" is derived from a Native American word meaning "she laughs as she runs", harkening to the sounds of the Euharlee Creek. Incorporated in 1870, the town of Euharlee in northwest Georgia has remained virtually untouched since the 1800s and is home to one of the oldest covered bridges in the state. Explore this charming town during The Georgia Trust's Spring amble in Cartersville, May 16-18! www.georgiatrust.org