|The snow from overnight.|
|Doe tracks on the front walkway, about 10' from the font door!|
On Sunday the Little Girl and I drove down to Jonesboro, on the south side of Atlanta, to attend the Atlanta Camping and RV Show. It was a huge show and we're very glad we got to go. It made for a fun day out. I'm afraid the name of the show mislead me a bit. With a name like "Camping and RV Show" I expected RV's and camping equipment. The show had plenty of RV's, I think there were five or six local dealerships with lots of RV's on display, but they were there to sell RV's not show them. The big surprise (and disappointment) for me was the lack of camping gear. I was really hoping to see some tents and sleeping bags, backpacks and cooking gear, flashlights and water filters, but there was nothing! There was one booth selling RV accessories, a couple insurance companies and a few hawkers with clothes steamers and kitchen knives. There was very little information listed on the show's website, so I guess I had formulated my own idea of what it was going to be before we got there. It was a lot of fun to check out the half-a-million dollar motor homes and all the different size and style travel trailers. But even the tear drops (which I love!) on display were too heavy for my little SUV to tow. The best part of the show for me were the campground booths near the entrance. I was able to pick up the new Georgia State Park book, the Alabama State Park book, the KOA Kampgrounds directory and even a Yogi Bear's Jelli Stone Park flyer (I didn't know they were still in existence!). So the show wasn't a total loss, the Little Girl and I always have fun on our day trip outings.
|The Philly Cheese Burger from Burger21.|
|The Ale & Cheese fries. This sauce would be great on ANYTHING!!!|
Hopefully I'll be able to get out and do some fishing soon, or at least have a chance to get some flies tied up. Either way, I'm going to try to be a bit more regular with my blog posts.
I hope you're all doing well, staying safe and warm wherever you are.
Tight lines and happy fishing!
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