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Old 02-18-2013, 05:50 PM   #1
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Spring Break Camping extravaganza

New camper = spring break camping vacation. Stone MOuntain first then moving down to FDR State park and visits to Callaway Gardens and Andersonville POW Museum then back to Desoto State park ( our fav). Can't wait to spend the week in our new vacation home!
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So cool to hear someone mention Callaway Gardens and Andersonville. My wife and I live in New Jersey now but I grew up in Columbus GA and while growing up we used to visit Callaway Gardens every year. Those are some great memories especially watching the water ski tournaments and swimming in the lake. My brother is a history buff and went to Andersonville last year and loved it. Those are two great places to go and I hope you and your family enjoy.
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Sounds like you have a great trip planned. I will be at stone mountain also spring break.
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Old 02-28-2013, 09:41 PM   #4
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Andersonville is amazing, we picked a 100 degree day to go but in a way it was fitting. Life there must have been brutal. The deadline was outlined, very surreal.
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