THE LAST SUNDAY DRIVE: VANISHING TRADITIONS IN GEORGIA AND THE CAROLINAS
The Sunday drive. Mom, dad and the kids would head out to see the countryside. An ice cream treat usually waited at day’s end. Back in the Burma-Shave days, mom-and-pop drive-ins and gas station biscuits fed folks. Cheap gas filled cars, and people made Sunday drives through a land where See Rock City barns, sawdust piles and trains and junkyards gave them plenty to see. Men in seersucker suits ran old stores with oscillating fans, and if the kids ate too much penny candy, grandma had a home remedy for them. It was a time for dinner on church grounds, yard art and old-fashioned petunias. Join author Tom Poland as he revisits disappearing traditions.
The Last Sunday Drive: Vanishing Traditions in Georgia and the Carolinas
- by Tom Poland
- 192 pages
- 41 images
- Dimensions: 6 x 9 inches (width x height)
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