Well, I think our humans have finally lost their minds. They left
Our first stop was Unadilla for a three day stay. Southern Trails was a nice campground. They even had their own chapel. Robb and Kathy went for lots of long walks.
Next, we drove to the mountains of north
Anyway... Camp Cherry Log was really nice.
Little Rock Creek winds its way through the campground.
As is often the case, our humans seek out human instead of feline companionship. (A character flaw we don't quite understand, but we forgive them anyway.) They met up with friends Randy and Kay for dinner. Randy is a Honda Hoot volunteer just like Robb and Kathy.
Over the next few days our humans did a lot of exploring. Their first stop was
The falls drops 729 feet, and there are lots of stairs so you can follow the falls from top to bottom. This picture shows less than half of the stairs.
Here is a pair of pictures that show the water above the falls, and what happens when gravity takes over.
There is a lodge up on the mountain. It offers great views, and a place to relax.
Besides leaving us alone to go exploring, and hanging out with other humans, Robb and Kathy really disappointed us. They started hanging out with--yuk--dogs.
Another one of their trips included going to
Saturday, Robb and Kathy went to the town of
The trip back from Dahlonega went through the
Sunday was church in Ellijay where we learned a lot about the Jewish celebration of Passover and its parallels to the Sacrifice that was Jesus Christ.
After church we went to lunch at a local barbecue place.
Tasha and I are a little worried. They keep taking us farther north. Don't they know we've been Floridized??!!
The types of places we stayed on the way back to
Above are pictures from a campground in
Below are pictures from the Princess Wenona (IL) RV Oasis and Truck Stop.
To make up for taking us back to the freezing north country, Robb and Kathy said they had a surprise waiting for us in
When we got back to
The spa was decorated with amazingly good taste…
I signed up for “Power Napping”
and “Deep Tissue Massage.”
Tasha signed up for “Advanced Sniffing Techniques”
There was entertainment daily on the back patio...
I heard the squirrels work for peanuts.
And, of course, we had to go to the spa’s portrait studio to get pictures taken for our humans to hang up in the RV.
Sadly, the two weeks went way too fast. We said our goodbyes to