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H&H Soul Food

H&H Soul Food

Let's just say that Macon, Georgia is worth a visit. For us for so many years, it was a location to pass by on I-75 when going from here to there. Then just recently we realized that the Ocmulgee Mounds site was immediately adjacent to the site. We booked a campsite...

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Ocmulgee Mounds

Ocmulgee Mounds

Ocmulgee Mounds National Historic Park has been a place of human habitation for 12,000-17,000 years. The first peoples here alongside the Ocmulgee (oak-muhl -ghee) River near what is now Macon, Georgia, were Paleo-Indians - big game hunters just after the last ice...

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Georgia On Our Map

Georgia On Our Map

After three nights at Site #6 at Tallulah Gorge and explorations of the lake, the gorge, the hiking trails, not to mention Blue Creek and Goats on the Roof, we're putting Georgia on our map. In addition we're adding a few more stickers to highlight a few of the fun...

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Tallulah Lake

Tallulah Lake

A short distance from our campsite is a delightful walk along the northern shore of Tallulah Lake, formed in 1914 with the construction of the hydroelectric dam to provide electricity to the booming metropolis of Atlanta. The lake provides recreational opportunity...

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Nitro Ice Cream

Nitro Ice Cream

Yes, Goats on the Roof is a genuine tourist trap complete with a blue dyed waterfall, a fudge shop, plenty of kitschy souvenirs, and a small herd of goats that are well trained to expect a hand out from any and all humans. But there's a redeeming feature, they serve...

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The North Rim Trail

The North Rim Trail

After a great film at the interpretive center here at Tallulah Gorge State Park in the Appalachian Mountains of north Georgia, we headed out to the North Rim Trail to get a look at one of the grandest canyons in the eastern United States. It's awe inspiring especially...

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Georgia State Parks

Georgia State Parks

For thirty years we've been fans of Georgia State Parks and have some sweet memories of Spring Break trips with our youngsters to places like Hard Labor Creek or Unicoi. In more recent years we have explored other parks such as Cloud Canyon. One park we've driven past...

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Biotite Gneiss

Biotite Gneiss

   We spent a most salubrious morning enjoying the fact that we didn't have a things to do list with which to deal. Eventually we wandered out to explore this highest state park in Georgia. We did Geocache type known as an EarthCache and learned a number of...

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Black Rock Mountain 

Black Rock Mountain 

   Our first night out and it's going well. We left home in time to stop by the yarn shop in Franklin and easily found a parking spot for truck and T@B. We pulled into a state park on a Friday night without a reservation and scored a pretty campsite at about...

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Mountain Fresh Creamery

Mountain Fresh Creamery

One of the delights of traveling without an itinerary or planned route, is the ability to act on tips we get from fellow travelers. Last night we had a delightful conversation with Jani. She gave us some tips on visiting Mobile but she also mentioned a nearby creamery...

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Arctic Circle Ceremony

After a few days of exploration in the realm of the Arctic Circle, we aboard the Jewel of the Seas celebrated with a Blue Nose Ceremony and will receive Arctic Crossing Certificates!