Monthly Archives: May 2018

May 4 – Home

With my cold having taken a toll on me, we decided to bypass a couple of destinations we'd scheduled and made a two-day trip home.  Our first night was spent at Americamps, our usual last night stopover when returning from … Continue reading

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May 2 – Stone Mountain, GA to Concord, NC

Although with the first real night's sleep in several days, whatever has been ailing me has settled into a chest cough and generally run-down feeling. And, while I'd like to blame my malaise on the problem we had leaving Stone … Continue reading

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May 1 (Afternoon) – President Jimmy Carter Presidential Museum and Peace Center

This afternoon, we visisted the President Carter Library, Museum and Peace Center.  It  provides a unique experience through immersive exhibitions this is the first of the presidential libraries we've visited where I could sit at a computer and pull up … Continue reading

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May 1 (Midday) – Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Park, Atlanta

Leaving the Georgia Capitol, we had short two-mile drive to the during which Debbie somehow managed to spot one building mural after another … most of which I missed. \ The church is located across the street from the Martin … Continue reading

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May 1 (Morning) – Georgia’s State Capitol

This morning, we took the drive into Atlanta to tour the Georiga State Capitol.  Although we'd been told guided tours were cancelled and that self-guided tours might be problematic … no reason given…  we arrived and discovered the reason for … Continue reading

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