Daily Prompt: Mad Libs

Daily Prompt: Mad Libs
by michelle w. on May 2, 2013

Turn to your co-workers, kids, Facebook friends, family — whoever — and ask them to suggest an article, an adjective, and a verb. There’s your post title! Now write.

Article – The
Adjective – Fantastic
Verb – Drive
Title – The Fantastic Drive

Two fantastic drive’s come to my mind and they were both taken in the North Georgia Mountains. My husband and I were married, nearly 15 years ago, in Trenton, GA. My husband, (we will call him ‘B’), was retired from the U. S. Army and had spent a lot of time in Germany. ‘B’ wanted to take me to Helen, GA for our honeymoon. We first drove to Georgia’s highest point, The Brasstown Bold. It was during the fall and the changing colors was a delight to the eyes.
We spent the night in a ‘Honeymoon Cabin’ near the Brasstown Bold. The next morning we headed to Helen, taking the Russell Scenic Highway, through the Chattahoochee National Forest. We spent a couple of days in Helen, then headed toward Dahlonega, Georgia.
Dahlonega is located in the Southern Blue Ridge Mountains and carries the history of gold in Georgia. I fell in love with this quaint little town and it’s center square. We did do some gold panning and cave viewing, but it was the glorious colors of fall foliage, and the town itself, that spoke to me.
All in all, it was a fantastic Drive!

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