Super 8 Commerce, Georgia
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... The earlier service reminded us more of our service at home with contemporary songs and a praise team/ band. During the traditional service, Parker preached basically the same sermon, but the choir sang a song.
We left after the service and headed for Nashville, and opted to get lunch north of Atlanta.
morning, we had one last breakfast at Hofer’s and then finished packing
our stuff up. After checking out of the hotel, we started making our
way home, but not before stopping for one more waterfall hike. Near
Clarkesville, we stopped at the Panther Creek Recreation Area of
Chattahoochee National Forest. Although the sky was cloudy, there was
little rain. From the parking area, we crossed the street and then ...
... were very steep paths leading
down to the base, but given the wet conditions, getting down would be
dangerous and getting back up would be near impossible. So we got a
couple pictures from the trail and then hiked back to the car. On the
way out, the fog had lightened a bit and we stopped quickly to get a
better shot of Upper Spoilcane Creek Falls. Back on the paved roads, we
headed back towards Helen, ...
... went to see a movie at their new 12-screen Carmike Cinemaplex. We decided to watch whatever movie was the next available - it happened to be Divergent. We all like it pretty well. I think we were all surprised at how well we liked it. I'm glad I saw it, now I can dive into the book since I'll be teaching it next year. :-) Later we drove over to Athens and ate at The Varsity. I think the 2 coneys and onion rings will hold me for awhile....until the next trip ...
... we crossed over the top of it when we went to that overlook.
There were some really cool stone benches built into the rock face to
sit and relax for a bit. When we were done, we backtracked to the
stairs leading down to the suspension bridge and started going down. At
the bridge, we took even more steps down to the overlook for Hurricane
Falls at the gorge floor, going as far as we were allowed without a