Gone With The Wind


Those of us with more than a few miles under our belts, can remember one of the first “Technicolor” big movies to hit the screen Gone With The Wind a 1936 novel by Margaret Mitchell, was set in and around Atlanta, Georgia.  But the only structure still standing from this epic 1939 movie is the Old Grist Mill, seen in these pictures, and located in North Little Rock.



Now the site of weddings, baptisms, and summer picnics, this beautiful little park is a must see if you’ve 30 minutes to spare.




I’m not sure if the park is this pretty all year long, but this spring it is a knockout.




About bauernfeind

NYC Born 27 years USAF retired Major 21 years teaching/17 in a high school now retired
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