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Old 12-10-2015, 02:01 PM   #11
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What type's of activities do you enjoy? The area is a hiker or trout fishing dream. One thing immediately comes to mind. In the actual little town of Tallulah Falls from spring through fall on Saturday nights the locals gather at a small out door stage and pick Blue Grass and Country for a couple hours. It's free and very family friendly with marshmallow and hot dog roasting, sodas and coffee for whatever donation you feel is fair, it's a true Appalachian experience!
Having grown up in the Adirondacks I immediately fell in love with Rabun County, take the drive along Lake Rabun and you'll think your in Lake Placid NY.
We will defiantly have to check out the Saturday night singing sounds like fun! Thanks for the info!
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If your a native of the north you'll learn all the D*** Yankee jokes real fast, and that's a nice area also. By the way, there are like 32 streets in Atlanta that start with Peachtree!
I have 6 families of cousins that moved to PTC starting 25 years ago, all from the north. My cousins tell that approximately 75% of the residents of PTC are not native to Georgia, but from other parts of the country.

My wife said we still have to root for the NY Mets and Jets.
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I have 6 families of cousins that moved to PTC starting 25 years ago, all from the north. My cousins tell that approximately 75% of the residents of PTC are not native to Georgia, but from other parts of the country.

My wife said we still have to root for the NY Mets and Jets.
When NY teams come to town you'd think you were watching the game in NYC, like you said there are lots of us ex Yankees living here and plentiful tickets. I bet many Giants fans saw them for the first time in the ATL
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PS. Anyone else have any holiday camping plans, if so please share!
The DW and I are headed to Huntington Beach SP in Murrell's Inlet, SC the week after Christmas. This will be our first camping visit there. It's only a 2.5 hour easy drive from the sticks & bricks. It can't get here fast enough!
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