Unless you buy a tour you're treated like second class citizen. I asked to watch the 9 minute video and was told I would have to wait until the tour group came and would have to sit in the back in deference to paying customers. Half an hour later it ran. it was not wort the wait. There's not much in the way of information like in the National Park system that has displays. So I guess unless you buy a tour and get spoon fed what you see you're out of luck. I wonder how Georgia would view this operation? I can see why she chose to live there; it's beautiful. If you want to see where she lived give up your independence and hop aboard the cattle truck. Otherwise goggle it. You'll find more about it.
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