So, Stan and I left for the last travel leg of our journey back East dogless.
In hindsight, I’m very glad that we left Annie with her sister.
We’ve been hearing nothing but good things from my parents about how happy the girls are together.
How Annie is just loving the backyard and is just over the moon loving every minute of being with her sister
Meanwhile, we’ve been doing nothing but moving from Hotel to Friend’s House to Hotel to Friend’s Apartment to finally our new Home…
A highlight of which being good ol’ Cracker Barrel. Of course 😛
Fun Fact: We love stopping at Cracker Barrel. Safe, Clean, Food and knickknacks to keep you up preoccupied. A Cousin of mine and a Cousin of my Mom who share the same name really don’t like Cracker Barrel.
What are your thoughts?
Yay or Nay?
After 22 days we finally got to our new Post. It seemed pretty hectic. I can’t tell if it’s a bigger than our last Post or not but it’s definitely more crowded. We got there during lunch hour so that may be the reason we could barely make turns. NOTE TO SELF NO DRIVING DURING RUSH HOURS. We ended up spending three nights in the hotel on Post. I was casually bullied the first night due to my Yankees Cap but it was all in good fun.
Once our time in the Hotel came to its ultimate end, we went to visit our friends in Atlanta.
We had a pretty nice time, the first night we had dinner in and played Apples to Apples. I really like that game since it’s mostly silly and no pressure involved. But these friends really like pressure so they were judging all our answers! It started to get pretty heated around round 50 😛
The next day was a lot of fun, they took us to the Zoo Atlanta. They have so many wonderful animals, lions, gorillas, elephants. And my personal favorite the Tiger ❤ But they’re world-famous for their Pandas. Apparently its really hard to breed Pandas, one of the reasons they’re endangered is because they have crazy ovulation schedules. Twins were born not too long ago at the Zoo. And we got in on an inside fact, one of the Pandas was pregnant again!
Towards the end of our trip, we were able to get into this special treat. We got the opportunity to feed Lemurs. It was pretty cool. We had to where masks and gloves so we wouldn’t infect them with our germs.
The next day we were off on our next adventure in the quaint town of Warm Springs.
Can you guess what we did next?
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