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... on top of Fort Mountain in northwest Georgia. The campground was heavily wooded and had million dollar views from the various lookouts. We unloaded our new scooter and zoomed around the rather large, spread out park.....sure beats bicycling long distances. Nice place.
Linda – just being away from the office.
Peggy calculates the following. We drove 1,298 miles, and we spent approximately $295 each on this trip: $175 condo, $67 food (including meals in restaurants), $36 gas, $17 admissions, parking, ...
... speaks of a race of "moon-eyed" people who built the wall. Could that be white people or a reference to the god they worshipped? Another myth revolves around the Welsh prince Madoc. He arrived in Mobile Bay around 1400 AD and moved north. Others state the English were trying to lay claim to the land in the late 1600's and the English built the wall.
We also hiked to the Fire Tower and around the lake.
... Copperhill, TN. These two towns are right next to each other. A blue line goes through the towns to indicate the dividing line. I asked a merchant what town does he consider his store is in, since the blue line goes through his store. On the GA side the river is called Toccoa, on the TN side it is known as Ocoee. We also found out Wednesday is not a good day to visit these ...
The morning was cold, 40 degrees, and wet. After lunch we drove to Amicalola Falls State Park. The entrance fee for parking is $5. I obtained the assistance of the ranger and mapped the Creek Trail and Spring Trail for our hike.
Amicalola Falls State Park is the approach trail for the Appalachian Trail (AT). Coincidentally, I thought this would ...
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