We needed to check on some of our business in Atlanta, Texas. So we decided to try out the Amazing Grace Acres RV Park. This park is located right in Atlanta, so it was convenient for us this trip. A very nice couple, Larry and Charlotte Patterson operate this small park of about 30 sites that surround their home on a hilltop off South Boggie Street. Even though the rain over the past several days was excessive, the hilltop drained well and we did not have any problems with the gravel sites. Charlotte brought us pears from a tree in the park the first evening we were there and the day we left, she brought us bran muffins.
All Saints Day, we got to attend All Saints Episcopal Church here in Atlanta. We were members of this church many years ago when we first came to East Texas from Louisiana. It was nice to renew old friendships here. In Port Isabel, where we now live, this holiday is known as the "Day of the Dead". Where the departed family is honored. It brings to memory my South Louisiana heritage and the All Saints and All Souls Day celebrated in the Roman Catholic traditions. All of this has little to do with Halloween, which has fallen out of favor with many of my Christian friends. These holidays are quickly followed by the US Marine Corps birthday on the 10th and Veteran's Day on the 11th.
Cool nights and pleasant days and lots of sunshine. We leave Atlanta for now and head South expecting to return and visit our new friends at Amazing Grace Acres soon.
Walldog, Willie and Jake