Our son-in-law’s family (some from the other side of the state, some from Tennessee and some from Virginia) is spending the weekend only 12 miles from us. This is our daughter’s post from today. She took some lovely photos of the area in which we live and one of grandson Ben with the prize catch of the day.
As I sit on the back deck of our weekend cabin rental, I can hear the thunder rolling in the distance, and the sounds of children playing in the river, while I swing in the cool afternoon air that the storm is bringing in. It’s my mother in law’s 70th birthday, and her kids and grandchildren have taken her to the mountains of North East GA to celebrate.
The river is narrow where we are, but there is a large rock cropping in the middle, and the water flows around it like a horse shoe. The kids have tubed and swam, and adults and kids alike have fished til their heart’s content. They are catching big rainbow trout. My husband has been all over the country trout fishing, and has paid some big bucks to fishing guides, and the fish caught last night in this little…
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