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With a bit of a late start having just had the door latch replaced, we arrived at an Army Corp of Engineer Campground right before sunset. We didn't think it was a big problem until we got to the site. Grossly NOT level. Blocks under tires, water, electric and sewer yards away from the utility bay we ran around for a good hour with headlamps on in 90 degree heat. Well, nobody said this was easy. Slept well that night.

Next day we were hosted by my cousin, Dick Snoke, and his wife. Had a great dinner and caught up on a ton of family news. Dick's parents were avid campers. On Sunday we visited Stone Mountain. An interesting monument to the confederate cause. Relieve carving of RE Lee, Stonewall Jackson and Jefferson Davis. For a Sunday, it seemed a bit deserted. Very commercial ... we didn't quite know what to make of the place. Next stop: Montgomery AL. We saw a piece on 60 minutes with Opra Winfrey about: The Equal Justice Initiative's National Memorial for Peace and Justice... AKA the Lynching Memorial. Thought it would be interesting.



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