Country Hearth Inn & Suites Gainesville
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We are on our way to the airport. If we forgot it, oh well! Austin has finally stopped crying after dropping Daisy at the kennel. That was super tough. Travis just reminded us that this will be the longest day ever since we are traveling back 4 time zones. More ...
There seems to be an abundance of energy from almost everyone in the house. Most of the packing is complete except for final touches in the morning. Daisy dog knows something is up, and we all are missing her already. We definitely are not looking forward to dropping her at the kennel tomorrow. That's all for now. Sweet ...
Preliminary packing has begun. I got my toes painted today in preparation for our trip. I figured that if I run into a bear, I can just kick my shoes off, show the bear, and let him/her know we are friends. Ha!! Tomorrow, final packing should be completed before we leave Thursday for the Eastin family vacation to ALASKA!!! We are all very ...
... As we hiked into higher elevations, it did become warmer and less windy. There are evergreen trees and trees with no leaves. Sometimes the sun peaked through the clouds. We hiked the Creek Trail, up 175 stairs to the Reflection Pool, and then 425 stairs to the top of the falls. Then, we hiked the Spring Trail. Though it seemed more, we only hiked about 3 miles.
... yellow money") was chosen as the permanent county government seat. Congress approved Dahlonega as one of the nation's branch mints in 1835. Its last year of operation was 1861. The mint building was donated for the newly created North Georgia Agriculture College (now North Georgia College and State University).
The Lumpkin County Courthouse was built in 1836 and is the oldest surviving courthouse in Georgia. ...
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