Trip through Georgia
By Mark Crispell
Day one will began in Reidsville, GA and will travel to St. Simons.The St. Simons Lighthouse is the oldest brick structure in the area and is still maintained as an operational light by the U.S. Coast Guard. You can climb the 129 steps to the top for a good view of the Island.
You will go to Six flags across Atlanta. Six Flags Over Georgia has been providing a fun place to come for over 40 years.
Today we will visit the Macon Mall.Macon Mall is a two level, 1.1 million square foot regional shopping mall located in Macon, Georgia.
You will travel 90 mile above Atlanta, to Fannin County to see the Blue Ridge Mountains. Blue Ridge Mountains cross the states of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. Beginning as a narrow strip of land south of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the geological Blue Ridge Mountains run northeast to southwest, rarely more than a few miles wide in Virginia (and only a mile wide at a point near Roanoke), North Carolina and South Carolina. When they reach Georgia in the extreme northeastern part of the the state, the mountains turn to the west and widen, up to 60 miles across in places.
On this day you will travel to Taylor Ridge in the Ridge and valley region of Georgia. Taylor Ridge is the most northwestern ridge in the state of Georgia.
After Taylor Ridge you will visit Georgia Aquarium .Georgia Aquarium is the world's largest with over 8 million gallons of water the top Atlanta attraction, right in the heart of downtown
We will be leaving Atlanta and will be going home