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... of places to shop and eat. Suzanne and I had been there about a year ago but decided to see the town again.
We have enjoyed our stay and may even come back here for a visit. Tomorrow we move on to Mistletoe State Park in Appling, Ga. for 5 days before slowly getting back to Port Orange.
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... where we were only 5 min before closing, we managed to try 2 whites and bought one. Then back to the back deck at Lucilles for a drink and then to Nachochee Grill for burgers...nice place, nice people and yummy burgers. Then dessert at Lucilles of a very yummy chocolate. Cake with Strawberry Jam and Choc. Ganache.....I've gone to heaven. A chat with Erik and now to bed. Tomorrow we are off to N ...
... Carolinas. The mts are all treed and would be stunning in a few weeks when the fall colors are around. Then back on theByway...very twisty but very pretty...then through Cleveland to Dalhonega. It's an old gold mining town and now is the site of the Univ.of N. Georgia which I think is affiliated with one of the churches?? Perhaps Baptist or Presbyterian. We finally found a Starbucks for a latte as the other 2 coffee shops were closed on Yuesdays as were most of ...
... view of the Chatahoochee National Forest. The area is heavily forested and you can hear cows in the distance. Everything is very green and lush. Lucilles is lovely...Arts and craft decore and comfortable well organized rooms.. People are. Rey friendly...Met one of the owners...Jim ...seemed very nice and hospitable!!! We sat outside on the porch in the rocking chairs...the porch faces west and the sunset. We had beer and snacks and eventually went to ...
... to see the
familiar faces that we have missed terribly. The camp site was right across
from Blue Ridge Lake. We all set up camp and with a little day light to spare,
we all took a swim in the warm, Georgian fresh water. That evening we ate like
royalty. Kelsey and I had two pounds of jumbo shrimp (never frozen, always
fresh) from Tybee Island Georgia. We cooked them over the camp fire in white
wine and spices. Sweet corn, salad and potatoes went as sides, as we filled ...