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... and hanging out for a little while. Kevin's home backs up to a huge piece of property where they get all kinds of wild animals wondering about. Kevin says the only dangerous ones might be the coyotes.
The Stricklin's hospitality was for us to stay and eat or stay over night, but the call beckoning home was strong. We hit the road late in the afternoon to get south of Atlanta so we wouldn't have to face Monday traffic. The plan was to get home ...
Today we went to down town Atlanta and got off of the train at Lenox, ready to go to the cinema. We went to look around some fancy expensive shops on the way. We saw mayceys and a Bloomingdales. We really didn't expect to see tall fancy sky scrapers today. The shops were so posh. The buildings were made of glass. The Phipps mall we went in had lots of posh expensive cars in it ...
... really interesting. We skipped meeting the bear. It kind of looked scary. We then went into the 4d cinema which gave us the secret of coke. It was cheesey and the chair hurt my back but it was ok. And walked around a pop art gallery were we got to make our own bottle of open art. It was fun! We then tasted it which was too awesome! We tried over 60 different drinks from across the globe! Awesome. We also got a free bottle of coke at the end of the day to take home. Wow. Good final ...
... the Warren house, around which the battle was fought and it became, you've guessed it, a hospital. The home is privately owned and is being refurbished, although the driver questioned whether the old doctor who owned would live long enough to see it complete, as the refurbishment had been going on for 20+ years.
The Stately Oaks mansion was highlighted, more later.
Behind the courthouse a man named Alonzo Herndon built a barber shop and he ...
A confederate general had a house in the town. A Union soldier died on its steps and the generals daughter buried him in the back garden. After the war the daughter wrote to the soldiers family and arranged for his body to be transferred to them.
I wondered around the town and actually a lot has survived from pre war.
With the fall of Atlanta, and the already 6 month long siege of Petersburg, the Confederate states were ...
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