November has been an unexpectedly busy month for postcards, so much so that our physical Gallery (the refrigerator) hasn’t been able to accommodate them all. This one recently arrived:
I have very few postcards from Georgia, United States – and none from Georgia, former Soviet republic. If anyone is inclined to send me specimens from either Georgia, I’d be much obliged.
But this specimen is for some unknown reason, the wrong one:
“Toccoa Falls, Georgia
Toccoa Falls is one of Georgia’s most popular scenic highlights open year round. The 186-foot waterfall never freezes, but creates a majestic ice formation in the winter. The path to the falls, which is located in the Smoky Mountain foothills, on the campus of Toccoa Falls College, is only 100 yards long, easily accessible and visited by thousands each year.”
“Hi Glen. X and I were here yesterday. Sorry wrong card. Having a good time. See you all later.”
Why was it the wrong card? There’s space to tell the story, but I guess a little mystery is always good.