Lake Allatoona Inn
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Picked up the car at our friends, the Meadors. Hitting the road for Atlanta. Wow, it's been a whirlwind expedition! Feels like we've been gone for months. Can't believe how much we've seen and all the places that we've been in the last 26 days. I will certainly view so many of the places we've visited with a different set of eyes and opinions ...
... turtles. It didn't take long before we started noticing turtles one by one. I have no words to explain swimming with the life of the sea. mean, I always knew I was suppose to be a mermaid, but ****, this just reconfirmed that thought all over again. Aside from sea turtles, we saw baby lemon sharks, stingrays and my new favorite fish- the parrot fish. Once we reached stable ground we exchanged numbers and agreed to have one last Roo-ha out in Airlie. We were joined by other ...
... south and are now camped in Cartersville, Georgia. In a short while we will go out for dinner to celebrate Jayne's birthday. Her first birthday request was not to have to cook dinner (which is being granted), her second request was to take the Interstate for a change, but after 50 miles she found a quieter route parallel to I-75 and avoiding all the heavy traffic...and had to admit it's not so bad.
... However, I was in the customs area when I answered his call. I never saw the signage about “no cell phones”. The customs agents made me pay dearly for using my phone in a restricted area. They detained me for 45 minutes and went through all three of my bags, including my checked bag. I don’t want to go through customs again anytime soon.
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... of events currently scheduled. On May 12th, in celebration of 2012 International Migratory Bird Day, Victor Williams will be leading a morning bird walk through the park. On the 19th of that month, The Mounds will celebrate archaeology, and there will be fun activities for kids. Recent findings at the Mounds will be discussed by site archaeologists on June 2nd. ...