I'm a native Atlantan, but don't feel like much of a "southerner". Father to children ranging from 29 to 9. My wife and I seek to explore the US when we can for the next few years. We have both spend some time abroad (she lived overseas for 20-odd years; I've enjoyed some international travel but not on that scale!). Eagle Scout, computer whiz if I may say so myself, supporter of parks and sidewalks here in Atlanta, and still quite fit and energetic. My family has been visiting the same small historic town in middle Tennessee since 1870; we operate a small wedding venue there with a barn. Life is good. Seeking to get out and about after a cancer scare in fall 2017. Best to get on with the business of living.
Good with computers, networking, all sorts of electronics, electrical work, identifying trees, and more.
A bulldog mix that stays at home. For now at least.
We live on a park here in Atlanta (inside the perimeter), and have a way-cool treehouse in our backyard -- it sports a solar panel!
Leisure Travel "Serenity". No slide-outs, self-contained, and we're quiet. We carry bikes on the back hitch, and prefer to get around on bikes when it makes sense. We don't require an electric hookup, but would gladly use (and reimburse, of course!) if this can be easily offered. We have adapters to plug into 15, 30, and 50 amp receptacles.
The journey to The Big Red Barn was challenging - my GPS did not recognize the name of the street. The drive along the long long and winding road will be remembered for a long time.
The local folks are very friendly and were happy to direct me to the famous location.
A lovely sunset behind mountains in the distance, frisky horses as neighbours. I settled in for the night and slept well.
Thanks johnradams for the opportunity to see the beautiful fall colours and the mountains.