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Picked up the car at our friends, the Meadors. Hitting the road for Atlanta. Wow, it's been a whirlwind expedition! Feels like we've been gone for months. Can't believe how much we've seen and all the places that we've been in the last 26 days. I will certainly view so many of the places we've visited with a different set of eyes and opinions ...
... able to purchase some of White Haven's sand, and that was to make the glass for the Hubble Spacecraft. It almost feels like more of a liquid than a solid. What I would give to feel that between my toes again. Later that night, after a massive Spaghetti feast prepared by crew member and executive chef- Lloyd Peter Pan Roid, we saw sharks feeding on squid, angel fish under our boat and massive schools of jelly fish. The last day, we woke up early to do one final snorkel; on the hunt ...
... 4 hours of driving time. Better safe than sorry, I always say. And here we are at the Antebellum-esq. Quality Inn in a quite nice room. We are all cozied up in a big, fluffy, king-sized bed watching TV, which is something we do not often do. I haven't had cable in 3 years! No time. So it begins, my journey back to popular American culture. *Crawls from beneath rock*
... people was the parent company, they decided to save it. They carefully took it apart to remodel the store and when they reopened, it was a big celebration attended by all sorts of digitaries.
The original plan for the day was to then go over to Jonesboro to visit a couple of more GWTW places, but because we spent so much time at the first two places they will have to wait for another time. Guess we'll just have to come back to Atlanta area someday.
... on my tour of haunted Marietta, dressed not for storytelling, but rather for a fun-filled night at the theatre, as he was dramatically attired, which made for a more exciting experience. His version of storytelling involved a performance including historical accounts, supernatural documentation, and spine tingling details. It was well worth the price of a ticket, which is $17.00 per person, $10.00 for children. The entire ghost tour ...