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We are leaving today to return home. We always reflect on the week's events and each of us determin what we liked best.
Peggy – seeing Jack again;
Joan – hiking the Cowpen Trail with Jack;
Carol – Amicalola State ...
We went to Chief Vann House State Historic Site. During the 1790's and early 1800's James Vann was an influential Cherokee Indian who gained great wealth by estabilshing businesses along the Federal Road which forked through the Cherokee nation. In 1804 Vann completed construction of a beautiful two-and-a-half story brick home. It was the most elegant and expensive home in the Cherokee Nation. The home now includes ...
... backpack. The hiker said, "If he wants to come, he has to carry his own food." We sat on a flat rock and ate our lunch.
Our dinner was at Oti Japanese Steak House. We enjoyed the food, and service was good. We had our upside down pineapple pie for dessert when we arrived ...
... area is a lot of arts and crafts, and the stores close on Wednesday. Another day would have been better. We did find a few stores open and went in those stores.
On the way home, we stopped at Mercier Orchards in Blue Ridge. We stayed a long time. This is a place we could really go wild in making purchases. We did buy preserves, tomatoes, and a pineapple upside down ...
The day started out in the 50's with constant rain. We went to the Good Samaritan Catholic Church in Ellijay with Father Gregory officiating. After mass, we drove to the Food Lion and purchased over $100 of groceries. Our next stop was the Red Box for Joan who loves movies.
In the afternoon, it was still raining, and we watched ...
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