of a Birthday, Friends and Dead Trees
Driving at 2:00am in the morning, listening to some hard rock, keeping awake, I reached home and crashed on the bed. Next day, near noon, when I woke up, my cell was ringing, "When are you coming over?", came the enquiry. "Fifteen minutes to get ready, thirty to drive". Shortly, I was on the road again.
Meeting at Ravi's place, we decided to get to Rising Rolls, a sandwich place. Once we had food in the tummies, we decided to head to someplace near nature. Now Ravi and I had some discussions about possible parks, venues to get to, but none of them were finalized. We eventually decided to head to the Chattahoochee River Recreation Area. I had heard about this particular park quite a few times but never got the chance to go visit it. So, anyway, today was the chance and I did not want to miss over.
Chattahoochee recreational area has a paved hiking trail. It seems very well travelled. Come to think of it, I think it is one of the better known hiking trails. Right off GA-400, it is easily accessible, is right next to a river and has a very low gradient, making it a family trail.
People walked and talked. Talked mostly. I was cranky in the early morning hours and instead of trying to make smalltalk, I just busied myself with taking pictures.
Some of the trees and vines in the area are really pretty and amazing. Look at the vine hanging from the heavans.
From death arises life, like a phoneix, from its own ashes.