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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT…(Please share with friends!) GOOD NEWS!  GREAT AMERICAN COUNTRY FEATURES KATHYMILLERTIME’S ARTICLE AND SLIDESHOW, TAILGATING THROUGH THE SEC! SO HAPPY TO COLLABORATE WITH GREAT AMERICAN COUNTRY. GAC FAMILY INCLUDES: HGTV, DIY NETWORK, FOOD NETWORK, TRAVEL CHANNEL Great American Country brings you all things Americana, from shabby chic decorating for home or wedding […]

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THANKSGIVING DINNERS TAKE EIGHTEEN HOURS TO PREPARE.  THEY ARE CONSUMED IN TWELVE MINUTES.  HALF-TIMES TAKE TWELVE MINUTES.  THIS IS NOT COINCIDENCE. ERMA BOMBECK I have always loved Erma Bombeck’s wit.  This quote seems to appropriately go along with my Thanksgiving, Homegating and Rivalry Weekend theme.   As we celebrate Thanksgiving with family and friends I […]

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TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO ENTER THE TAILGATING THROUGH THE SOUTH GIVEAWAY! Kathy Miller Time will be giving away one 11×14 poster print to a lucky winner.  The winner will get to choose his or her favorite SEC school tailgating print.  To enter the giveaway…  1.  Sign up to receive my “Tailgating Through The […]

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During the Fall Football season, I can’t seem to keep up with all the games, the excitement and the tailgating.   Dave and my tailgating crew have traveled all over the South, looking for unique tailgating adventures. We go to an away game and then travel to other towns and cities, visiting wonderful college campuses. […]

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The University of Georgia is located in the lovely town of Athens, Georgia.  The most celebrated structure on campus is The Arch. The Arch is the gateway separating the historic North Campus from the city of Athens. Many beautiful buildings, including the Chapel, line the quad facing back towards The Arch. Myth has it that […]

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The first time I visited Auburn the trees were healthy.Small bits of toliet paper were hanging from their limbs, a sure sign Auburn had won the day before. The second time I visited Auburn the trees were dying, poisoned by an Alabama fan, much to the dismay of Alabama fans. Today the trees are dead, […]

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After years of following and rooting for my favorite team, the Tennessee Volunteers, After years of attending Florida football games as a Gator Mom, And after years of traveling around the SEC going to away games One question keeps coming back to me. “What makes people so passionate about their schools, their teams and their […]

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