Red Top Mountain Park
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... no Doo-Wop moves. The concert had been sold out for months, so Mom signed me up to be a ticket-taker volunteer so I would be able to see the concert. I had to wear a red shirt and black pants, which I packed alongside my safari gear. I sat in my wheelchair, purple sharpie ticket-validator in hand. The volunteer coordinators taught us appropriate ticket-marking and prepped us for ...
... industry dating back to the early 1800's. Some exhibits date back to 12,000 B.C. I had wanted us to go on the train (it closed due to the rain), hiking at the park in which the museum is located, and see the outside exhibits. However, it started raining so we left quickly.
We drove through the town of Villa Rica.
We ate dinner at the condo and watched the movie Lone Survivor.
... evening of March 29. Alan and Sarah were there for his arrival.
As we set out from Belmont headed south, we could heard home beckoning us, especially the underwear drawer, because we had run out. The last leg was relatively uneventful, marred only by rain showers late in the day. We wrapped up 17 days on the road and 3,000 miles.
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... it was quite literally black coffee with ice in it (no milk). It was definitely a hilarious moment to see her face expression when she saw it. I also forgot to mention yesterday that when we were at dinner at Tacomac that doesn't actually focus on tacos...not only were the drinks huge, but you constantly get free refills! I was a little surprised when the waiter put another lemonade next to my unfinished one, I was almost about to say "but ...
... Museum is nearby, and it’s another one I’d recommend visiting, especially if you would like to learn more about the Etowah Indian Mounds or Cartersville’s Civil War history. For more fascinating history about the area, or possibly to research your own genealogy, I recommend a visit to the Etowah Valley Historical Society, located in the historic 1903 Bartow County Courthouse on Cherokee Avenue, open ...