Sunday, March 2, 2014
The Excellent Adventure: Day 3
Since we stayed a little late yesterday we got out a little early today. That allowed me to get back to camp with plenty of daylight left. I took the opportunity to walk part of the trails and get down a little closer to the Coosa River. What a magnificent sight. The rock formations are something that we don't see on the Ogeechee and Savannah Rivers back home. The years of constant pounding from the river has carved amazing walls along the banks. It serves as a good reminder that God is in control of everything!
My apologies for the lack of material today. There just wasn't a lot to write about. The forecast is calling for rain overnight and into the morning though. That should provide some interesting content for tomorrow. I do believe that I will be sleeping in the Jeep tonight. If for no other reason than to make it easier to get dressed and off in the morning. I suspect that instead of oatmeal and coffee at the campsite tomorrow morning, I will roll into Rome early in search of a cup of joe and a biscuit.
I'll leave you with a couple of the tongue twisters that we're using to train. It isn't too bad if you read them slowly, but once you pick up speed it gets a little more challenging.
Y'all take easy,