I'm sensing a pattern here -
good friends, good food and wine
(and grape juice for some)
Spring Break Road Trip
Looking back I realize it was crazy to think we could pull off this trip. Spring Break is nearly impossible to navigate with friends and family. If you're a parent, you know that each year it's on different dates and no two counties, let alone states, are likely to share the same time frame. Attempting to include others in your plans is like waiting for the planets to align. We were determined though, and our determination paid off. The trip turned out spectacular! It spanned Georgia and Tennessee and included numerous stops to see old friends and old familiar places.
Part 1 - Georgia
My Great Great Aunt and Uncle lived in Georgia for most of their life together and so my cousin, Holly (my Great Great Aunt's grandchild), and I set the beginning path of our journey down memory lane in Georgia.
|Beauty beyond measure.|
Although travelers don't often hear about the heart of Georgia I wanted to give you a glimpse of it's subtle beauty. I think you'll agree even Monet would have loved this place. Mary sure did.