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... were filming the angry pointing man). Hurricane in Cancun had delayed the flight but we were going to get free food and blankets. Fine by me! We boarded the plane, I waved goodbye to my friends - the grumpy Brit who had begun to roll his eyes every time the extremely talkative American (more talkative than me. That's a thing) started talking. The flight was turbulent which to me, was added fun. Less so for the people sat beside me who would gasp each time the plane dropped. A flight ...
... I said VCU, he got so excited! The pretty girl sitting next to him (Kenzie) also graduated from VCU the same semester and was now going to do work with him in Alabama. They were so friendly and Zev was certainly outgoing, my kinda people. I ended up spending most of my time at PSO with them.
After registration we had a little while before the opening ceremony, we walked around town a little bit with another VISTA named Tay, he was a sweetheart. Then ...
Well our day started off in sunny Florida. Then we drove some backroads of Alabama and Georgia. Awesome small towns. No cell service. It was so relaxing! We can't wait for more backroads driving :-) We are now in Atlanta. Of course our hotel in downtown with one-way street, partiers everywhere. Horse and ...
... snack bar were not opened. It seems that most things don't open until noon. We walked around up there for a bit, then made our way back down. We could have walked, but since Alma and I had on sandals, we thought better of that, so we rode the tram back down. We then visited the museum, watched the movies and then, because it was after 2pm and the ride to Jonesboro is another hour, we decided to forgo that trip and visit the plantation in this park. So ...
... passed us with ease, but, it was a challenging and satisfying achievement for us. We took a pile of photos of our once-in-a-lifetime hike. The German restaurant in Stone Mountain Village, the Village Corner, was a great reward at the end of the day.
Stone Mountain Park filled to the brim on Saturday; it’s only open on weekends at this time of year. We joined the throngs to ride the Skylift back to the top of the mountain (why, I ...
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