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Year 2, Day 122 - Today we drove over the the FDR Little White House. This is a State Park and well worth the trip. There is a very nice museum and short film to see and then you enter the grounds behind the museum and take a walk past a great fountain and up a hill with the flags of all the states flying with pieces of stone announcing each state with the date of the year it became a state. The purpose was to have different kinds ...
Year 2, Day 121 Calloway Gardens. Unfortunately not the most beautiful time for us to be going to the gardens, but it was fun to see. They were having a balloon festival, so we got up bright and early to see that, but it wasn't that great and they tethered most of the balloons that were there, but we had seen some in the West (and rode in 2), so it wasn't that ...
We drove to Callaway Gardens, located in Pine Mountain, which is about 1.75 hours away from us. Our first stop was the Butterfly Garden for a lecture on butterflies and creating a butterfly garden.
We ate our lunch at a picnic table.
Due to the large number in the audience, the Birds of Prey show was held outside. It was sunny ...
... growing rapidly, and hopefully one day the US team will finish at the top.
Our third day in Atlanta was spent visiting sights honoring two winners of the Nobel Peace Prize. The first one was the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum, covering his life from boyhood through the Presidency to his efforts today to promote peace and to improve the health and welfare of the many living in poor nations. ...
... is interesting that some Japanese teachers claim that non-Japanese will never be able to fully practice the art, and in some cultural and spiritual aspects this may be true, but I believe that many aspects of the Do are universal. These ideas can be understand by many people across the world because they reflect on the human experience. I respect the fact that the Japanese took the time to name these feelings and define them. ...