BEST WESTERN Colonial Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... met Mike Posey, also a F.O.T. (friend of Toolie). Mike was Toolies first house leader years back.
For those not familiar with the Fuller Center for Housing, it is the organization that was started by Millard and Linda Fuller (co-founders of Habitat for Humanity) after they were asked to leave the organization they founded thirty some years before. Millard was 72 at the time (2004) and some of his friends ...
... a blessing that God has allowed in our lives.
As with most towns we visit, we looked for a possible church to visit. We just could not find one that we really wanted to attend for Easter. Because this campground has a chapel, we decided we would go to the Sunday morning service here.
The chapel is a sweet little country church. There is a lady sitting at an electric keyboard that ...
... GPS to ensure it does the things the experts said it does. Second seminar I attended was about using the convection oven. Actually, after sitting through the seminar, I can learn more just reading about my microwave/convection, so now I will. There was another seminar this afternoon which included recipes for the m/c. I didn't go to that one, but Alma Ellerbrock (the couple with which we will be traveling the rest of the time) did attend and she gave me a copy of the ...
... Most campgrounds have a check-in time after noon. Well since we are older, that took care of about 10 minutes and we also needed gas, that took about 20 minutes. The gassing up took so long because when we pulled in there wasn't a place for us to go and be able to get out easily.
As we drove north, the rain drops started falling "on our head" about 10:45 and at first was just a few drops, but pretty soon we had to turn ...