Monday, October 11, 2010

Dunwoody residents living large "ATP", Village Church, Knitternall Shawl

AJC states that Dunwoody residents have it all living ATP, at the perimeter.

“You have the advantages of a more traditional suburb, but you have it close in,” said Dunwoody Mayor Ken Wright. “You basically have it all.”
For residents, that can mean brisker commutes on surface streets — no need to hop on or off highways to get to job centers in Buckhead, the Perimeter Mall area or even downtown Atlanta. There is also the option of public transit — MARTA’s two northern train lines end on the northern side of ATP — for both work and play.
But in true suburban fashion, there is plenty of parking for the trains. And when work is done, ATPers return to the leafy yards and big houses once thought to be the domain of those willing to live far outside Atlanta.

Check out my good friend Donna Cannady Nall's blog where she discusses everything from everyday Dunwoody life raising her family, knitting, church and her work at the Dunwoody Nature Center.  She will be giving away the beautiful shawl above to one of her followers but I can truly say that I have been following Donna's blog for years and highly recommend you check her out.

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