Shalom House Bed and Breakfast
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Quite an uneventful day of driving up I75 with tons of truck traffic and not feeling quite up to speed (tiny touch of a cold). We made it to Tifton, GA and found a KOA. As we pulled into our campsite the skies opened with a deluge of rain, thunder and lightening. Bob and Meatball got out; Bob set up the RV and took Meatball for a much needed walk. Neither seemed to mind the rain. I made dinner and had a glass of wine. Nice evening of cable TV and ongoing ...
... day. We really liked having groceries at the house and our own pool. Here is the house we stayed at. We loved it.
Some highlights of this trip included Tyler riding Big Thunder Mountain Railroad and Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. I finally made it back on Rockin' Roller Coaster and it made me feel old. I had to take 2 advil after. Ha! Caden continues to love Buzz Lightyear Space Ranger Spin and Dumbo ...
... but it took 4 1/2hrs. - traffic was crawling south of Atlanta -- volumes of Christmas shoppers / transients?? Got to campground in dark - nobody around and very few campers either / pouring rain (but warm ~60')...never fun checking in after hours in the dark ...but managed on finding the tenting sites ( no I don't pitch one!!)...and used the washrooms -- then "in for the night" -- because the weather alerts were warning of heavy rain/ winds -- possible hail/tornadoes ( ...
... of the Confederacy.
After Davis' capture, he was imprisoned for 2 years without trial. While he was imprisoned, his citizenship was revoked for 111 years, until in 1978 when President Jimmy Carter re-instated it.
Davis retired to Biloxi, Mississippi where he wrote him memoirs. He died on December 6, 1889 in New Orleans. He was interred at the Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, VA.
After shaking off the Super 8 filth and a few more hours of driving our throats were dry and thus we decide to make a stop at the Historic Boone Tavern in Berea Kentucky. We were greeted by the hostess and expressed our need for a drink to which she replied "Sorry, this is a dry county." So naturally, we left and will not be heading back to Berea anytime soon. ...