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... Shores and play pickleball.
Suzanne and I have been relaxing a lot and just enjoying the scenery from our campsite. The campground is really nice and has lots of places to walk. Our camp spot is right on the lake and if the chocks slip we would roll into the lake:))
Today we went to eat at a BBQ place that is noted as the 6th best place to eat bar-b-que ...
Today we woke up to a gloriously sunny day...not a cloud in the sky and the temp was up to 76 which is very nice. We had Greek yogurt with spiced blueberries and walnuts with Pumpkin Bread, then a quiche and Coconut muffin...very yummy!! After. Real fast we sat in the sun on the deck then Inez and I were treated to a very nice relaxing massage at the Spa. We chatted with Claire for a while and then ...
... to find Anna Ruby Falls but drove right past and ended up north along Rte 356. So we had to swing around through Lake Burton ...a very pretty long lake with many fingers of land so lots of coves.. Would be great for a kayak or canoe. We then drove alone the arussell-Brasstown Scenic Byway to Brasstown Bald...the top of the highest mountain in Georgia at 4700 ft. We took a shuttle to the top and checked out the vistas. You can see 4 states...Georgia, Tennessee, North ...
... to the bottom of the gorge were swimming. People who hike all the way to the bottom need a permit and are monitored to make sure they return at the end of the day. The day was beautiful...Sunny and around 75....the climb up the stairs was pretty hard but we all made it...slow but sure. We arrived at Lucile's around 16:30.its up a gravel road and then uphill to the top of a small mountain...at least that is what they call it..it's more like a high treed hill but still has ...
... in northern
Maine. I can’t believe that people have actually traversed the entire mountain
range by foot! Most people have averaged roughly six months to complete the
rugged trip… a bit longer than our trip.
Kelsey’s mom (and now my mom-and-law!) Lynn and Rob were
about two hours ahead of us at our next campground Morganton Point, in
Chattahoochee National Forest. We pulled
into our site and were greeted with hugs and kisses. It was ...