Is Jimmy Carter having more fun in Atlanta than anyone?

The Atlanta Botanical Garden posted this photo of Jimmy Carter and his young grandson, Errol, on its Facebook page Thursday night. According to the ABG, the former president and his wife Rosalynn, along with daughter Amy's family, took in the Chihuly Nights exhibition, followed by dinner at Linton's. Atlanta Botanical Garden/Facebook

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The Atlanta Botanical Garden posted this photo of Jimmy Carter and his young grandson, Errol, on its Facebook page Thursday night. According to the ABG, the former president and his wife Rosalynn, along with daughter Amy's family, took in the Chihuly Nights exhibition, followed by dinner at Linton's. Atlanta Botanical Garden/Facebook

Memo to the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau and others charged with promoting all the fun things to do in our fair city:

Just tell everyone to start following Jimmy Carter around.

The former president, who several years ago told the AJC he spends about a third of his time here, has certainly made the most of it the last few days. On Thursday, Carter was at the Atlanta Botanical Garden to take in Chihuly Nights, along with his wife Rosalynn, their daughter Amy and her family. The ABG posted the adorable photo above on Facebook of Carter, 91, and his little grandson, Errol, taking a grinning breather together.

According to the post, " . . . the Carters rounded out their evening with a scrumptious dinner at Linton's. Come back any time, Mr. President!"

(Errol, who's Amy's youngest, is used to having cool experiences with his famous grandfather. Back in September, the  5-year-old rode in the annual Plains Peanut Festival parade and got a big wave from both Jimmy and Rosalynn looking on)

On Wednesday night, Carter was at Turner Field to watch his beloved Atlanta Braves take on the Cincinnati Reds. The Braves, obviously, were thrilled to see him there, based on this Tweet.

And if you think the Nobel Peace Prize winner is only a fair weather fan, think again. The game went 13 innings, some of it in the rain, but look who was still there in the ninth inning. Another grandson, Jason Carter, the 2014 Democratic nominee for Georgia governor, tweeted out this photo, along with the hashtag #politicsschmolitics:

No word yet on whether President Carter has been seen running through the fountain in Centennial Olympic Park. We'll continue monitoring the situation . . .