Children ride a horse in the foggy mountain village of Bakhmaro, two kilometers above the Black Sea in the mountains of western Georgia. The village, uninhabited for most of the year, becomes a summer home to hundreds of families escaping the heat every summer from mid-July to the end of August. Georgians, especially those with young children, treat the village as a summer cure-all for weak lungs and persistant coughs.
Molly Corso is a freelance journalist who also works as editor of Investor.ge, a monthly publication by the American Chamber of Commerce in Georgia.
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