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We have had some, magical, fun, restful and wonderful times at the Mentone Cabins, The cabins have been very clean with all the amenities of home plus a fireplace, a jacuzzi, and a hot tub. We've seen and enjoyed nature at it's best; watching squirrels and lizard, hearing all the different sounds of birds, of the winds blowing thru the trees, of the slow moving waters of a creek, and the train's whistle blow in the night. Also, delightful memories... being surprised by the sight of bats flying at dusk in the distance from our deck and all the beautiful star lit night sky's above. The fun climbing rock formations... laughing at ourselves, all the while taking videos and pictures. Yes, we truly have made memories at the Mentone Cabins!!
Yes, by all means, we would recommend these cabins to all those who are into making memories.
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Cassie flew in from Palm Beach, but didn't get to Atlanta until late at night
We went to eat dinner in the city
Got lost trying to find our car - Scary!
Ended up getting Steak and Shake
Drove to Cloudland Canyon and went camping with Alicia and Matt
Beautiful mountains and views!
Hiked down the canyon to the waterfalls
Went swimming in the waterfalls
So cold but ...
First day of our trip and pinching ourselves. Will be traveling with our longtime friends Ben and Maureen Judkins for the next couple of months. Spent this afternoon exploring bicycle trails and hiking to see the two waterfalls in the park. Took Molly on the hike with us and she loved swimming in the waterfall pool. We would have loved to join her but were not allowed. Heading to Cave City, TN ...
Arrived at Rome Visitor Centre and the young lady got all excited as they've never had many visitors from outside Georgia, never mind the US. She was very helpful and directed me to the Myrtle Hill Cemetery and Chieftain Museum.
Rome was started in 1834, formally, and the name was decided by the 4 funders each putting a name in a hat and first one out was Rome. To the proposer, the hills and rivers around the area reminded him of Rome. Other suggestions ...
... Museum this afternoon.
Nearby is the Willstown Cemetery which is where Cherokee Indians were buried after the mission had started. I'm guessing that the missionaries in this area were Scottish, given the names of the American Indians. There used to be gravestones, but they were all made of natural biodegradable material, so not here now.
Headed for town centre and discovered they had a railroad museum, yep that was shut too.
On my way to Fort Oglethorpe, I passed a sign directing motorists to visit Cloudland Canyon State Park. I'd never heard of this park, but on further investigation I found it was quite a popular place and seemed like a really neat place to visit, do some hiking, and test out my camping gear. I was very glad I did!
I was able to reserve a camping spot for Thursday night, but that was it. Friday was already completely booked up, so it is obviously a popular place to check out ...