One of my favorite places in the city is the Chattahoochee River which passes the suburban areas in the northern regions of the city. Though most of the Chattahoochee runs down Georgia’s western border with Alabama, a small section can be found near Cumberland. This part of the Chattahoochee river became somewhat famous for hosting a raft race throughout the 70s and 80s. On Memorial Day weekend, there are still hundreds of people that come to this part of town to “shoot the hooch.” For the past year, I spent a large portion of my time in this part of Atlanta enjoying activities like kayaking, grilling, and attending a few Braves games at Truist Park. I took this selfie at a coffee shop called Chattahoochee coffee company. It is a relatively small coffee shop that is not too well-known, but they make an excellent latte.