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Theme for the day: Everyone calm down!! It was epic just to get on the road today. Most of the packing was done last night and we just had to load this morning. Yeah, things are never that simple. I thought we could be off by 7:30 but it was more like 10:00. We stopped at the hospital and said goodbye to Ralph and headed down the road. We made it to my Dad's tonight. We all ate dinner and ...
... it covers an area FAR larger than Fochabers, probably closer to Elgin in 'footprint'. In large part this is down to much more consumerism, and a LOT more greenspace - trees and grass everywhere. I must admit, the biggest change aside from the style of architecture is advertising. Advertising hoardings line the interstates, and fast food outlets signage towers many stories above buildings and trees, visible for miles. I've also added some photos from ...
... we walked into the village of Lynchburg and got ice cream and had our picnic. 45 minutes later we stopped at Wal-Mart and also stopped at a firework shop as it is legal to shoot them off in the campsite we are staying at tonight so that will be exciting. We rolled into camp at 7:30pm as we lost an hour again so while the cooking team cooked the rest of us set up camp ...
Heading from Dahlonega to Blue Ridge takes you through national forests and beautiful country side. Every now and then a surprise 'small town' beckons with antique an store or outdoor market.
Who knew that the Amicalola Falls is the second highest in the USA (after Niagra). It is a must to stop at the Amicalola Falls State park for a number of reasons:
1) The water fall
2) The hiking trails
3) This is the start (or end) of the ...
We went to Chief Vann House State Historic Site. During the 1790's and early 1800's James Vann was an influential Cherokee Indian who gained great wealth by estabilshing businesses along the Federal Road which forked through the Cherokee nation. In 1804 Vann completed construction of a beautiful two-and-a-half story brick home. It was the most elegant and expensive home in the Cherokee Nation. The home now includes ...