DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Washington DC - Silver Spring
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... is undergoing some much needed tree trimming maintainance. Sadie got a swim in the lake and we checked out some really cool cabins in the park. We are not far from Talladega, which by coincidence, was Sadie's birth name. Coming out of Cheaha our trusty GPS took us down a long dirt road and we luckily got to smear the sides of the X with some great Alabama mud. Nice badge to wear for the remainder of our travels.
We hot footed it into Georgia and ran into a 20 ...
... animal, you've seen them all), we left him and our bags in a sunny corner to take a snooze and the kids and I took off. It was a pretty crowded day but there was plenty to see with many well crafted animal exhibits. Then we came across the Snow Tube aka MoneyGrabbing Hill. After much begging and pleading, I agreed to let them forego the lions and tigers in favor of a single trip each down a "snow hill" for an astounding $3 each! Ouch, ouch, and triple ouch. Matthew is completely a ...
... the Nissan Xterra and the Seda Tango tandem kayak ready to roll. Sponsors welcome if you provide stickers.
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