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March 24, 2015 – Andersonville, Georgia
Gray skies at the beginning of the day. We have some sun in the afternoon, but now it's cloudy again. Sun soon we hope.
Spring continues to pop out in Georgia. As we drive along we see redbuds and dogwoods blooming. We even see a yellow bell today. But the azaleas are not out yet. But we see the "real" harbinger of spring—pine pollen. We stop for a picnic ...
... of setting up and anchoring down. We’ll do it smoothly after about one more stop.
Arrival at the Brickyard Golf This campground was a first. The lady came out to meet us in a golf cart, took us to our site, and said, “Just go up to the office tomorrow in the morning to pay.” It’s not a fancy campground, but it’s a place to hang our hat for a few days. The internet connections are non-existent on my computer. ...
... to face these challenges when I was working in oncology. ...I'm so glad I dropped in to visit - I took pictures and I only wish they truly reflected this happy family - I wanted to be part of it!! Malkanti and Asoka would be proud!!! I didn't do my rude thing and pull out my iPad to post an entry ( like I did with Carole and family) - so the location stamp here won't read Atlanta, Georgia ...but this place where I camped last night....Cordele is a mere 152 miles south ...
Today we spent the morning in Six Flags over Georgia theme park! It was a brilliant place, with loads of thrill rides to enjoy :-) our favourite has to be Goliath, it was about 200ft high, and although it didn't go upside down, it was really really good fun! We also went on our first ever stand-up rollercoaster (yes you really did stand up the whole way around!). It was so ...
... stranger. She raised $50,000 and asked her friends to meet her in Americus, Georgia to help her build it in a week. Naturally, I couldn't resist the invitation to help. Unfortunately, I have used up four of my three weeks vacation time this year already, so I had to squeeze in just the first day of the build and the weekend before.
I drove the four hours from Tuscaloosa last Friday. Got to Americus a ...