Re: NANFA-- Hooray! (ATL Aquarium)
Mon, 26 Nov 2001 08:35:35 -0500

>Speaking of which, what do we have to do (short of kidnapping)
>to get youover on this side of the state before 2005? (-:
>On the other hand, one of my projected trips this winter is up
>near Augusta...interested?

kidnapping sounds ok.
however, winter and getting IN the water sounds a bit much. my blood
congeals when the air temp goes below 50.

i travel enough with my job to not get any real thrill out of doing it in
my spare time so it is very difficult to entice me out of my refuge.
besides, with all the water i've got here, why would i want to go anywhere
realistically, i'll be spending some time on the west coast of georgia and
some time in atlanta during the spring/early summer (or at least that's
what plans are now.....).

there is a small chance i can arrange a trip to a stream on Fort Benning
that hasn't seen humans (other than soldiers) since the early 40's (family
land confiscated by the military during the big war). i've been wanting to
go down there anyway and if i can just get off my dead rear and get
permission for non-family members to accompany and go play in the
crick.......i'll let you know if that comes to pass....

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