As you pull through the Rich Mountain Wilderness state park into Ellijay, Georgia you might look up at just the right moment and see a sign that says "El Burrito To Go". Something about the sign made me hungry and immediately turn off the road, and boy was my gut right. Veronica, one of the owners was doing brisk business at the cash register, taking orders, giving change with one hand firmly on Pedro at all times. The burrito was great, and I'm just disappointed that I couldn't come back the next day to the shops tenth anniversary party that she invited me to. She told me the business had originally started in the back of a gas station and has been growing ever since. In gone with the wind country, this is the American Dream.