Lake Lanier Lodges
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As exciting as it is to start a vacation, it is usually just as exciting to come home. That is especially true when you've been gone for a month! We got an early start to avoid the worst of the Atlanta rush hour traffic. Unfortunately, no bagel toppers for breakfast. Mix in a screaming child, and finally being east of the Mississippi River, and we opted for a Chick-Fil-A breakfast. Oh, how we've missed Chick-Fil-A! In fact, we've missed it so much that we stopped there ...
... technology to specifically target small and medium sized businesses: "We are flexible and we listen to our customers." I was also taken aback to learn about a leisure section devoted to servicing corporate clients. While small, this department within AM allows BCD to provide clients with leisure options that would otherwise have to be part of a separate contract.
As the round-table discussion continued, it became apparent how ...
“Life is too short for traffic”
— Dan Bellack
I still need to get used to the traffic here. And the absence of roundabouts. There are so many intersections in my neighbourhood that should really be converted to "traffic circles." The seemingly endless number of lanes are quite daunting for someone used to the narrow roads of Maine and Switzerland.
This morning, I drove to "The King and Queen," as the ...
Five days until I'm gone. Prep work still going on. Spent the god-knows how many umpteenth consecutive day going through gear. So far the pack is at about 1000 lbs, going to have to cut back. Can see myself in two weeks chunking god knows what off of a mountain. Been reading A Walk in the Woods...probably not the best book in the world to read right before you leave. Gives a really ...
... Lethbridge, Alberta. I couldn't believe I was going to be paid to leave the country. Sure, it was Canada. But, it was all new to me. I watched my spending (nickels, loonies, pesos) beyond what the company paid. But, as I stayed in decent hotels and had decent meals on the "company", my standards started to creep upward. I wasn't just satisfied surviving on Subway every meal when I was traveling on my own dime....and would even think about paying ...