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Our drive from Kentucky took us briefly through the Northeast corner of Alabama, where we saw our first cotton fields. It was amazing seeing those fields of pure white. I had never seen anything like it. Kat made me go into someone's field and grab some for her to keep as a souvenir. We gradually wound our way down to Cave Spring, GA to camp, which is about an hour NW of Atlanta.
The campground in Cave Spring was fine, except for two things: Georgia Bulldogs ...
... need a break between museum tours, there are some great places nearby to enjoy some lunch. I recommend Schroeder’s, its a local favorite, and I can understand why. It’s just such a warm, friendly place. There’s also Harvest Moon. I like the atmosphere there, too, as there usually is a good crowd and often music. The Partridge Restaurant serves family style, and so, if you are with a group ...
... It looked like the swimmers and dolphins had very close relationships. It was interesting how they could keep their moves so similar. One of the dolphins was able to do two complete flips in the air. I was disappointed that we weren't allowed to take pictures or videos of the show.
It was really great that Aleatha could come with us to see the Aquarium. We all had a great time!
We had a wonderful family celebration at Becky &
Scott’s, joined by Katie, Andrew & Zoe, Whitney, Caleb & Cole, Scott,
Gilbert, April, and Jenna Goldman. Jenna recently moved from Richmond to begin
working at Patrick Henry College. She and I had been in a Soma Life Group
associated with Immanuel Baptist ...
How sad, tomorrow I leave the safety net of the Miller household, begin fending for myself...actually I just fly to Boston where I'll be for a WHOLE day!!! then off to Vermont where camp is the following day. Can't really believe it has come up this quickly but should be good! The millers get some Kate peace before I return later this year to tell even more stories! ha a huge huge thankyou to the millers for ...