Back in the early part of the year our next door neighbors family came down for a visit on their way to Florida. We love getting together with them as they are like family to us too. Jan and her 88 year old mother
are always on the go, and they both love to garden which is why I probably have so much fun with them. Plus when they are in town they always cook up a spread. Can you imagine being on vacation and cooking for everyone? They do, and man can they cook! So Jan had read about the Georgia Guide Stones aka American Stone Hedge. I had never heard of it before, the other one yes, but not this one.
It is located in Elberton County, Georgia about 90 miles east of Atlanta. They stand almost 20 feet tall, and were made with local granite. (Speaking of local granite, did you know that Georgia granite was used for a lot of the buildings in Washington, D.C.?) On these "tablets" there are eight languages: English, Spanish, Swahili, Hindi, Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese, and Russian.
Here Jan up north as we affectionately call her (she's from Wisconsin) since our next door neighbor is also named Jan; is pointing to the hole in the center tablet.
If you enlarge this you may be able to read it.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgia_Guidestones that could give you that information.
Even though I have lived in this state for a long time it took an out-of-towner's curiosity for me to see it. Sometimes you never know what you have in your own back yard!