Twilight at Stone Mountain Park   1 comment

We spent the late afternoon and evening in Stone Mountain Park yesterday.  We arrived at the Studdard Picnic area at 4 PM, ate a quick picnic dinner, then headed to the skylift.  The ride up is stunning.  My daughter took video and we will share it later.  The top of the mountain is rocky and uneven, so you must walk very carefully.  There are a few trees and shrubs growing and lots of writings from over the years.  We saw one writing from 1912.  It was a hazy day, so the views from the top of the mountain weren’t clear, but still interesting.
 
We stayed for the 8PM laser show with fireworks.  Again we have some video which we will share later.  The Civil War sculpture on the side of the mountain is General Robert E. Lee and stands 9 stories tall. 
 
I am also a member of EONS.com and met one of my online friends from the Georgia Friends group.  She recognized me from my pic on the site.  It was a nice evening and our autumn weather is just gorgeous right now.  Enjoy!
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Posted October 5, 2008 by clm30030 in Travel

One response to “Twilight at Stone Mountain Park

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  1. Looks like a great adventure….it sure is high up there!!!

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