The owners of The Polka Dot Spot's craft, clothing, and stationery boutique specialize in cheerful products and custom notes for those in need of a personalized touch. Stationery searchers can choose from a bright selection of personalized folded notes ($29.50) that shape shift for person-specific monogramming and designs. Each pack offers 20 customizable chances to notify coworkers of your new secret identity or to leave behind puzzling clues at crime scenes. With the option to alternate between different styles and themes, well-wishers and family informers can match each pack to the current colors of their mood rings.
Perched conveniently in the picturesque downtown square, Twisted Label boasts a spirited hodgepodge of apparel and accoutrements, both unworn and previously draped across mod bods. The eclectic emporium outfits men, women, children, and expectant mothers with a myriad of popular brands, such as American Eagle, Ralph Lauren Polo, Converse, and Guess. Like a fashion-forward merry-go-round, attire rotates on a regular basis, though dapper dud discoverers can peruse pairs of adult shoes in various heel lengths and hues ($6 on average), women's shirts of the pullover or button-up variety ($7 on average), men's pants for formal and casual occasions ($7 on average), and children's and babies' garments ideal for backyard play dates and executive board meetings ($5 on average). Comfy maternity garb abounds, as does costume jewelry, such as statement necklaces or preposition earrings. Or flaunt a faux flower ring to confuse pollinating honeybees with its brightly baubled petals.
Now in its fifth year, Moultrie Magazine serves as a city manual and lifestyle publication, with articles focused on notable residents, popular businesses, local history, medical establishments, and real-estate properties in the Moultrie and Colquitt County area. Explore the interiors of beautiful homes and the exteriors of residents' faces in each of the magazine’s four yearly issues. Past articles have focused on popular hunting area Quail Harvest Plantation, city councilwoman Susie Magwood-Thomas, and the picturesque home of Jack and Joan Gay. Moultrie's vibrant community comes alive through engaging articles, full-color photographs, and firsthand accounts from wall-hanging flies.
Trained motor-buggy technicians at Thomasville Toyota examine and purify foreign and domestic vehicles during the one-hour 19-point inspection, which includes an air-conditioner sanitizer. Fluids such as power-steering, coolant, differential, transmission, brake master cylinder, and windshield-washer wait patiently for an inspection and the cool kiss of a liquid top-off, and air filters, exhaust systems, and hoses are inspected by a magnifying glass on reprieve from the doldrums of ant observing in the sun. Rubber wheels are then investigated for rough wear, and tire pressure is checked and adjusted to appropriate levels. Rid jalopies of mold, pollen, dust, and other floating particles with the air-conditioner sanitizer, and ensure that cars are allergen-free and smell as fresh as laundry that's been drying in a perpetual wind tunnel.
The chocolatiers at Pizzelle's Confections design elaborate truffles that pair unconventional flavors by blending Venezuelan Chocolates El Rey with ingredients from Alabama businesses, such as Kaffeeklatsch coffee and Blue Pants Brewery beer. Their artisanal small-batch truffles include El Machete—dark-chocolate ganache infused with cayenne pepper, vanilla, and cinnamon—and Holy Trinity, which tops dark chocolate with cacao nibs and sea salt.