Lake Lanier is dotted with a lot of small, uninhabited islands ranging in size from a tiny mound of dirt with a lone tree, all the way up to islands large enough to be home to the Lake Lanier Islands Resort and Water Park.
“MY island,” off to the left
It was these idyllic little islands and coves that made me want to return to Lanier, as they are perfect spots for my Sea Eagle inflatable kayak. Continue reading
I should have known something was up when I was on the phone with a colleague who asked me, “Do you have a pet bird??” We all work in the virtual environment, so it is not uncommon to hear dogs barking, kids yelling, or parakeets squawking in the background. Now that she mentioned it, I had noticed that their birdsong was unusually LOUD! Continue reading
I left Stone Mountain RV Park as the weather was getting worse, and so were the crowds. The park was full due to the long holiday weekend, and I had not made my reservation far enough in advance. With the solid week of rain, spaces were still open, so I felt sure they had cancellations. Continue reading