Tumlin House Bed & Breakfast
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... an outdoor pool, so today as the sun was out we have had a pool day. ...
Stayed in a rundown Inn on the highway and slept poorly...serves me right for not searching out a nicer spot.
Freeway driving has it's benefits to getting somewhere quickly but sure is boring unless you stop...and we didn't do much of that today! No snow and temperatures climbing. We had three half hour delays due to accidents. Sadly, in one a mother was pulling a trailer with 7 children in it and two wee ...
... victory at Chattanooga as part of General Sherman's campaign through northwestern Georgia to capture Atlanta and continue onwards towards the sea. There’s a road to the summit of Kennesaw Mountain, but it’s closed on weekends when the park is mobbed with suburbanites enjoying the outdoors, so I got some exercise for the day. You can see Atlanta’s skyscraper’s from the top, although it’s far ...
... Jayne not so much!). We left the Parkway in Asheville, North Carolina, after a 200 mile drive.
Jayne realized that one of her best friends, Pat and husband Terry Guy, lived only an hour further south, in Travelers Rest, South Carolina. After confirming that they were indeed home, we proceeded to a KOA campground in that town. The next couple of days were spent enjoying their company, being shown ...
... Atlanta is a 7/8 lane motorway, which has lanes joining and leaving from both sides. When you're Satnav says stay right, what it actually means is stay in the middle. At most junctions the left or right lane ends and starts again after the junction. Interesting journey through Atlanta and I got some toots along the way. I felt like saying, "can't you see I'm from Mississippi!!!"
Arrived at the the hotel about 4.30.... Phew and thank goodness that journey is over..