columbus is middle georgia? Interesting definition of "middle".
On my map it's halfway between Tennessee and Florida. That looks
like the middle to me.
it's minutes from the alabama border......"middle" ga implies central
georgia, not in the middle of a state from either a northern/southern
or eastern/western perspective. It has to be both.
When someone says "middle georgia", they're talking about macon,
warner robins, perry, etc......if someone in columbus told another
person in columbus they were in "middle ga", the person would think
If you were able to call any city that is sorta(I say sorta because
columbus is about as far south as cordele, which is really southern
georgia and not middle georgia) "middle" from both an east-west and
north-south perspective "middle" ga, an incredibly large portion of
georgia could be considered middle and the term would have no
meaning. Hell Augusta is about as above the middle north as columbus
is south...so I'm guess Im now in "middle georgia" as well! Savannah
is maybe 15 miles south of columbus, so throw them in with middle
georgia as well!
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