Jim Miller Park
We are now in the Atlanta area and since there is so much too see we will probably stay until the Forth of July.
Saturday we drove out to Stone Mountain Park. It is a beautiful park with lots of very nice trails.
Near the end of the day we decided to take the Skyride to the top of Stone Mountain. It was a very nice ride up and the views were wonderful.
While we were at the top, a loudspeaker came on to inform everyone that the Skyride was shut down until the thunderstorm and lightning passed by. It was not very comforting to know that lightning strikes the tallest thing and we wouldn't be going down anytime soon.
Yesterday we went to see some of the sights in downtown Atlanta. Naturally we couldn't visit Atlanta and not see the World of Coca-Cola.
This downtown park was a very busy place on such a nice day.
On the other side of the park is CNN headquarters. This very large atrium used to be the site of an ice skating rink. Now it is stores and a food court.
This escalator (white structure) is eight stories tall and ends inside a very large globe of the world.
I felt like we were in the enemy's camp during the tour. Do you think we would have been treated as spies if they found out that our daughter works for Fox TV?