going to be traveling to the Atlanta area in a few weeks. Any thing I should specifically not miss. Any great wood working stops?
The weather and climate is something else here. The pollen is one thing in spring time. We have lived here a bit over a year. It rained almost all summer with temps in the 70 - 80 range. I thought Atlanta was nice in the summer. Warm and sunny. Not last year. We were told "it never rains this much". We were also told it doesn't get cold and never snows. "The mountains to the north keep it away". Everyone saw what a joke that was. A few inches of snow and a major city with 10 million people just shuts down.daveinjersey said:Maybe off topic, but spring in Atlanta is great. Watch for the thick coat of yellow pollen covering everything, though.
The only Rockler store I know of around Atlanta, is in Sandy Springs on Roswell road.There's also a Rockler shop just north of 285, on Peachtree - Dunwoody Avenue....usually a nice selection of wood.