|Didn't get Keith in the picture.|
This is Trisha with Samantha and Rugger the pee-pee prone feline.
|Ready to pull out of our site at Chewacla|
From there we drove to West Point Lake beyond LaGrange, Georgia. One of the Corp of Engineers Campgrounds there, Whitetail Ridge, proved to be worth the effort of getting there through the seedy side of LaGrange. We were assigned a site along the lake edge that provided plenty of privacy, a beautiful view and lots of walking space for Ozzie and Lexie. The only bad thing about being here is that our satellite signal was not strong so tv reception is limited. Turns out that's a problem for the coming Saturday as Auburn will play Georgia and we'll certainly want to watch the game. Hummmm.
|Site #19 at Whitetail Ridge COE Campground.|
Curbside opens up to a huge gravel picnic area and the lake edge.
|Nice foliage and good walking conditions for Lexie (the blur) and Ozzie. |
Our site is on a cul-de-sac with very little vehicle traffic.
|Entry to FDR's Little White House at Warm Springs, Georgia|
|This huge campus area appears well groomed in the photo but shows signs of neglect.|
|This concrete "head" of FDR is particularly ugly and the property is neglected as seen here.|
It's just standing in an area between two streets and could be better presented for sure.
Today's weather was about as good as we could want and we enjoyed the ride to and back from Warm Springs. Lexie and Ozzie got to take several nice long walks through through the woods and around the entry building of the Little White House. They were happy though, to get home and back into their windowsill perch.
|A restful afternoon on the windowsill.|
|Wearing their new hooded sweatshirts.|