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10 for the Road
Just back from
to the online home of travel columnist Donald D. Groff, who has
dispensed advice and stories since 1988 in such publications as the Philadelphia Inquirer,
the Newark Star-Ledger, The Kansas City Star, Newsday, Salon, Condé Nast Traveler, Consumer Reports
Travel Letter, The Boston Globe, and Endless Vacation magazine.
from . . .
All photos ©Donald D. Groff except as
|Dawsonville & Atlanta, Georgia
Tree climbing, trail hiking & kangaroos
Police chase a brazen hussy from
the field of a 1903-vintage baseball game in Atlanta's Piedmont
|At the Kangaroo Conservation Center
Dawsonville, more than 200 kangaroos -- bound for zoos worldwide -- have
the run of the property. The center also boasts six blue-wing kookaburas.
tree climbing takes place in Atlanta's Candler Park
neighborhood in the towering oaks known as Nimrod and
Diane. Upper left, a sleeping "boat"; lower left,
the bat hang.
93 memorial; Atlanta; Nicaragua;