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We left Ballston Spa on Monday the 8th with a great deal of sadness. After being there for a month we all had a comfortable routine that was difficult to give up. We miss Avery knocking on the door with"it's me Avery", Christopher and his wonderful sense of humor looking very sharp in his football uniform and Emma always stylish rushing off to diving practice. We stopped in VA at the Endless Caverns campground and took the tour of ...
... room of the home on April 12, 1945. The last stop is a view of the painting being done which was never finished. Some years later the artist (Miriam Elizabeth Shoumatoff) finished the portrait from memory and got it almost exact, except that she painted the tie blue and not red as in the original. Pretty good memory after so many years.
The town was cute, some nice shops and lots of bikers having a get-together! A fun day.
Sydney discovered a web site that took us on our own tour of many of "The Walking Dead" filming locations. Very cool!
We started off in Senoia, GA which was the site for the fictitious town of Woodbury which was run by the "governor" for those of you that are fans of the TV series.
Beautiful town that had a history of many films and tv shows filming in their community such as "Driving Miss Daisy", "Fried Green ...
... her at the gas station when she pulled out a cigarette before getting in the car. It was almost 3:30 p.m. and we had not reached our destination, which was closing at 5:00. She saw the anger in my eyes as she put her cigarette away and jumped in for the departing ride to Senoia, Georgia where scenes from The Walking Dead were filmed.
There were three lengthy roads and a few curves through Griffin, Georgia before we reached Highway 16 into Senoia. After ...
... exodus from Titusville, intending to go to Fort Christmas just 30 minutes away. However, we noticed Swampy’s Jungle Adventures just this side of Christmas and opted for a stop there. By the end of the day, we had no regrets; this place appears to be just another tourist trap, but there are some real surprises. The guides, Ty, Todd and Riannon, are fun, friendly and full of information. The show started ...