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Fort Moultrie is the only area of the National Park System where the entire 171-year history of American seacoast defense (1776–1947) can be traced.
Runes of President Roosevelts personal grill at Dowdell Knob park atop Mt. Pine.
One Secret Service sentry post was stationed in the main drive way.
The Little White House was the site of President Roosevelt's death.
We walked up to the Sky Lounge to get a command view of the stadium and Atlanta skyline.
The grounds crew have finished watering the dirt and took off... now we can wonder out onto the field.
$25,000 seats... not very comfy, but they do have television sets mounted in front.
It's like we had the place to ourselves all morning.
Forever enjoying the view over Pine Mountain Valley.
Near the Little White House is Pine Mountain which offered a scenic overlook of the valley. FDR enjoyed it so much had the local government pave SR190 to create a scenic highway along with a spur hwy leading to his favorite picnicking park.
I counted a dozen Marine sentry post on the property. Some stationed far in the woods on the edge of the property. This was the nicer enclosed post the others were open air.
It's a beautiful day Saturday morning to walk around Turner Field.
I see marketing...
The Braves dug out. The two men asked what we were doing. I replied I'm with the Commissionaires Dirt Watering Standards Department.
If only I had a ball and batt...
Turner Field Ghost Town.
Statue of President Roosevelt on Dowdell Knob park atop Mt. Pine.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt's personal retreat. The Little White House.
Plaque outside the FDR vistors center
Grounds crew are um, watering the dirt.
So much empty space...
Pitchers warm up area
Path to the waterfall
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