Silver Hill Manor
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... cervical vertebrae, twice the number of mammals) and can rotate its neck up to 270 degrees, very rapidly too! I also learned the reason vulchers are able to digest dead and rotten foods is that their stomachs are very, very highly acidic! It kills whatever nasty bacteria and toxins reside in the meat they eat. They also cool off their feet by peeing on themselves, a mechanism called urohydrosis. I guess since they can't sweat, they use their ****. I ...
... around the Sibley Horticulture Center, which had a Mediterranean exhibit as well as a tropical exhibit with huge banana trees! They didn't have much written down, just plaques with names of the plants. I guess since it's a private attraction with high end lodges and golf course, it doesn't have a lot of educational resources geared towards school children? I would've liked to read more about these plants. The arborists (?) who designed and shaped the ...
... get the dang fire started with the wet wood. And Andy spent most of his time trying to keep LG happy, which just wasn't going to happen.
For our first trip, I think it was great. We had absolutely no issues with the RV itself, I just think the park wasn't exactly what we thought it was going to be. Because of that, we probably won't be back to Stone Mountain, but we'll definitely be using The Beast every chance we get.
... wouldn't want to do it in the Georgia Summers - but the day we chose was perfect. The next day was really windy and much colder so we took the train into Atlanta and spent the day at the largest Aquarium in the World. We didn't see too much of the City, it's really large, but the part we did see was open spaces and very well kept. The Aquarium was as good as advertised and there was even a Dolphin performance.
We headed ...
... a few steps into the hike. This was unusual for her. Normally, she enjoys the hike.
It's always fun to look for the old graffiti carved into the rock.
Once on top of the hill, we bought some overpriced slushies and watched the skycars go back and forth over their wires. It was fun to listen to the whoops and hollers as they passed overhead.
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