Inn at Folkston
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By 5 I was starting to get a bit nervous as Chris hadn't returned. Of course the mind starts wandering, but before it went too far he came home. He was tired. He was sore. hahahaha I guess it was a hard course and for the first of the year, not really a good choice. Spent a quiet night watching TV and listening to snoring.
Saturday, April 18
We hooked up the house and car, waved goodbye to Pat and Larry, and got on the road to Georgia. We hadn't stayed at this park before, although we've stayed in this area and ...
... from the RV Park and decided that it
could do with a polish. A local
detailing company quoted us around $350.00 to do this. We passed on this and headed off to good
old Walmart, purchased three bottles of polish, some polishing cloths and
proceeded to do it ourselves.
You don't realise
how big a motor home is, ours being on the smaller scale of some of the rigs
you see here (28 foot), until ...
Another day on the road today! Hayley drove 300 miles through North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia, then I did the last 50 miles to Kingstown, Georgia which is just outside Florida.
In another Days Inn, this one very much the stereotypical motel. Even has a 'murder pool' as Ruth ...
A great day for a half hour drive to Folkston, lunch in the folksy Okefenokee Restaurant, and then a flat-bottomed boat ride through the Okefenokee Swamp, where we saw a Barred Owl, Sand Cranes, White and Great Blue Herons, and an Alligator or two!