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hope everyone had a wonderful time!
the Lord's commandment unto us all,
new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I
have loved you,
that ye also love one another." (John 13:34)
Families CAN be together forever!
Friday, July 9th
"Welcome to Georgia"
Dinner was at the Stone Mountain Inn inside Stone Mountain Park.
Grandma Lyla treated us. Afterwards we walked across the street
and sat on the lawn behind the Confederate Memorial Hall and
watched a laser light show, which was shown on the side of Stone
Saturday, July 10th
We took a four hour bus tour of
Atlanta. We made stops at
the Atlanta Cyclorama (extensive painting and diarama on the
Civil War), World of Coke - museum and free samples, and the home
where Margaret Mitchell wrote "Gone with the Wind".
That evening we enjoyed a catered
Bar-B-Que dinner (a whole pig!) and all the trimmings at the
Lilburn Stake Center and participated in the Ishoy Family
Festival where each family
provided 10 minutes of live entertainment or brought a 10 minute
video to share their talents.
Sunday, July 11th
We all went to church in the
morning and then had lunch at Ken & Brenda's - Potato bar and
Monday, July 12th
thru Saturday July 17th
Lara and Danielle departed for
"Especially for Youth" at Emory University (presented
Monday, July 12th
Many of us went to "Six Flags
over Georgia" theme
park and rode over a half dozen roller coasters including "The
Georgia Scorcher", the "Mindbender", "Georgia
Cyclone", "Batman", "Scream Machine",
"Mine Train", "Ninja", and the "Viper".
We were rained on twice during the day, but the temperatures
stayed cool and pleasant (unusual for July in Georgia).
Tuesday, July 13th
Took a trip to Cleveland, GA (Home
Patch General Hospital") and Helen, GA (our own Bavarian village in Georgia)
and had a great, albeit expensive, lunch at a German restaurant
called "Alt Heidelberg".
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to share your experiences or add to what is here, send me an e-mail
and I'll put them on the website.