Mom and Dad's Vacation
Mom and Dad just got back from a business trip to Atlanta. While they were there, they took a day to go visit Stone Mountain Park, for fun. Our human sister, Piano Girl, just moved in with us while she finishes her master's degree in piano, so Catzee and I stayed home with her so she wouldn't get scared and lonely.
Stone Mountain features the world's largest high relief sculpture, the Confederate Memorial Carving.
It measures 90 by 190 feet and is 400 above the ground.
This is supposed to be a spectacular view of Atlanta from the top of Stone Mountain, but you could have fooled Me.
There was a lot of other stuff to see and do there too. This is a photo of the 732 bell Carillon. It was in the 1964 World's Fair and was later donated to the park by the Coca-Cola Company.
Something else they liked was the grist mill. There were lots of other things to see and do, but they left early because of the long drive home. They missed their kitties too much to stay any longer.
The best part was what they got me as a payment for babysitting Piano Girl. It is a totally cool kitty fountain, just because they know I like drinking running water.
I missed them but I'm glad they're back. You can also see what Catzee got, by clicking right here.