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... part of the community and help people make it back into society and to feed us with food and truth.
From church we went to Kevin's house to visit with Tara (Kevin's wife), Tegan (5) and Kole (2). I was surprised to notice "Georgia" on Kevin's license plate and he explained that although he says he lives in Chattanooga, home is actually Ringgold, GA. It's amazing how easy it is to go from Tennessee to Georgia to Alabama in that area. We had a great ...
Really people it is not rocket science. Now that I am in the airplane at cruising altitude on the airplane I can calm down. Now for some reason people do not get the concept of how to board the plane. Why do the airlines bother wasting ink printing out seat numbers. Why was there a back up to board. Why can't people just walk in the plane go their seat and put there carry on above their seat. Is that a novel concept. Everyone has seats if you store you junk above your seat everyone ...
... out and watched some of the World Cup. Sunday was our big adventure day- kayaking on the Chestatee River! It was my first time in a kayak and I'm proud to report I did not fall in! I also avoided any significant sunburns! One of my favorite things about visiting Covington is it always returns me to my love of reading almost anything. During this short trip, I read the second in the Hunger Games series along with If I ...
This large mountain of exposed granite features a carving of Robert E Lee, Stone wall Jackson and Jefferson Davis on the face of the mountain.
Take the tram or hike to the top. A train circle the mountain which is mostly surrounded by man-made lakes with opportunity for boating. In addition to grassy areas and walking trails, the park offers a museum for indoor respite.
... was not anything like it is today. The carving was actually started in 1924 but did not get completed until 1970. It was interrupted by financial, political and artistic problems which included two world wars, the Depression and limited technology and so there was no work on it from 1924 to 1964 little if any work was done. So that means when we were there in 1963, the only part of the carving would have been Jefferson Davis' head. It's an interesting story but ...