Amicalola Falls Lodge
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... gravy the next. She had pasty dough left over and made a lemon meringue pie with homemade filling. Delicious!
Our family gradually improved in spirit as we've been here. Being fed with good food and positive talk and prayer has surely helped.
Last night Carol, Tim's wife, made a leg of lamb with rice, butternut squash and salad. Another fine meal...
We're off to Montana this afternoon. The drive ...
... Grill and had a good meal. Not much exercise this trip, so the "baggage" is increasing... We'll deal with that when we get back home to Helena.
We'll go to dinner and then hang out this evening at the motel. Tomorrow we'll go back to Lynn's brothers and spend the afternoon and have dinner again. It's been good for them and us both.
The photos of the trip today are at www.flicker.com/photos/ralphieboyo.
... We're at a basic Day's Inn for the next six nights so we can visit and tour around a bit. For dinner we drove to "Goin' Coastal," a seafood bar and restaurant Lynn found on Trip Advisor. We shared a Sausage and Cheese Grits entree and it was great. Along with a green salad and a few mini-muffins of cornmeal, we had a fine meal.
Thanks for patiently coming along with us.
So after departing sunny Ringgold, we began the first proper road-leg of our tour. This one began by retracing our steps back to Atlanta, before setting off North East towards the mountains. First stop was a little place called Winder, to meet up with some of Leah's friends - Josh & Ellie, and Paul & Rebecca. Josh is a tennis coach and had a lesson til late on so the rest of us went for ...
... Trail - all 2,200 miles of it (depending who you ask).
We selected 2 routes to the top of the falls and then back again - claiming our 2 mile share of the Appalachian Trail. Twice we walked through the Arch at the visitor center to imagine a through-walk of six months (average time it takes).
Then the town of Blue Ridge revealed its secrets: a lot of wealth from Atlanta and the start of the Blue Ridge Railway line. Up-market shops and ...