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... desert later in the evening. All in all we could not have asked for friendlier and more accommodating people. During our Northern American travels we have experienced such friendliness and more than any of our previous trips.
Another fun day and ready for the golf at East Lake tomorrow.
PS: Matt was in the gym and bumped into Steve Williams (Adam Scott's caddie) this afternoon.
... amazed by the competence, or lack of, of the general population. Today was no exception. A few near misses and a bump (none involving us thank goodness) and a huge number of semis, as usual. The speed the semis travel at is somewhat concerning and the photo is of a 'house' moving at the speed of 100kms+. We didn't see many RV's today, but Wayne advised one does not need an additional license to drive a bus or large RV if it is ...
... was going well. We quickly bought some American sweets and cherry coke, ran to the smokers' lounge (it weirdly smelt just like an old English pub back in the smoking days...) and made it to boarding just in time (we had a short connection)... And back on the plane for another 6 and a half hours, more movies and more airplane ...
... Of the 49 cars given, only 46 remain (at least at the complilation of the exhibit). The Great Locomotive Chase was about Union soldiers stealing a train engine and trying to get to Chattanoga with it. It was made into a movie by Disney and starring Fess Parker (that tells you how old the movie is).
Our second stop was the Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield. This battle was fought because the Northern Aggressors wanted into Atlanta and ...
... One was Kiki Smith: Rituals, which showcased some recent additions to the High's collection. Another was Thomas Struth, which showed some of his photographs. The last was Quartet: Photographs by Ralph Gibson, a retrospective of more than 50 years of his work.
In addition to the temporary exhibits, the High has a large permanent collection. While some of the areas they concentrate in, ...