As someone who adores college football, I HAD to make it to the College Football Hall of Fame. So one day, Charles and I ventured downtown for a football fun day! So as most of you know, I graduated from Michigan State (Go Green!) and we do pretty good for ourselves in athletics. Over the … Continue reading College Football Hall of Fame
Centennial Olympic Park has a lot to do with why the city of Atlanta is what it is today. When the Olympics came to Atlanta, Centennial was a key location that was created for events and visitor fun. Now the Park, somewhat in the center of Atlanta's Downtown, is a staple to city filled with … Continue reading Centennial Olympic Park
7:30 a.m. Wake up. 9:30 a.m. Meet my friend Bernice somewhere near Stone Mountain for a morning hike. 12:00 p.m. Declare for the 309423q04x time that Atlanta is too hot for me! Hiking Stone Mountain was an adventure. Bernice and I, started the day off early to hike the one mile 1,686 foot Civil War … Continue reading Hiking Stone Mountain
For those of you who don't know, I love the Zoo! I turn into a kid all over again, walking through the exhibits with my eyes wide open with delight. And even though I understand Zoo's are kind of an evil place with animal containment, that's something I can push to the back of my head … Continue reading Zoo Atlanta!
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There's always something special about opening day. And although my entire life, opening day meant going and supporting my Detroit Tigers, this year I tried something different. As a new ATLien, I embraced the idea of cheering on another pack of boys and attended a very historic opening day at Turner Field As most people … Continue reading HOME OF THE BRAVES