In Georgia For Passover

18 04 2011

Phoenix is going to be our base for the month of April, but that’s mostly because it has a major airport and we’ll be doing some air travel. We recently arrived in Clayton, Georgia and are spending Passover at a beautiful 122-acre retreat center where Ayo will be presenting her film.

Part Of The 100' Falls

Part Of The 100 Falls

There are traditionally some strict food restrictions on Passover (no leavened bread, mostly), and going away to a catered retreat makes the holiday pretty easy. Ayo has always been a “camp person,” enjoying organized activities like music, art, study, craft, and the outdoors. I’m more attracted to the “outdoors” side of things here, but the campus is set in the woods bordering Chattahoochee and Nantahala National Forests and boasts a 100-foot waterfall.

Look Closely And You'll See That The Tree Grew Out Where The Top Sign Was Nailed In

Look Closely And Youll See That The Tree Grew Through Where The Top Sign Was Nailed In

People are warm and friendly and we’re looking forward to being here until Friday morning, when we head back to Phoenix and the RV.

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