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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. ...
Tue, May 21, 2013
Departure: Kissimmee, Florida
Arrival: Tifton, Georgia
Travel Time: 6 hours
As the son sinks slowly in his mother's arms, we say goodbye to Walt Disney World and head north toward Nashville, Tennessee, and the Grand Ole Opry.
That might have been a bit dramatic. Actually, I'm theme-parked out and ready for ...
... for their cat. Finally, we just offered to give them Poots. Still an emphatic no. Oh well.
Rained like pouring tea out of a boot last night. A real frog strangler and still coming down as we departed. So much for warm sunny weather.
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Don't change that ...
... arrive back in GA with all our memories and a million or so photos!
I will try to update as we go along, depending on connectivity, so in the words of Erica, "The weather is here, wish you were beautiful!"
UPDATE!!! So we decided to travel to Jacksonville early so we could sleep-in in the morning so it is on now! Courtyard Marriot by the airport is very nice and the people are friendly and helpful. So excited... I just can't wait for ...
... concern about restraining them. They just roam. And why not, it's not like people are walking or riding by. Usually, anyways. Of course, until I come along. Anybody who rides a bike probably has an anti-dog strategy. My first rule of thumb is that if I see them, then hear them bark, they usually aren't a threat. The ones you really need to look out for are the ones where the first thing you hear is their feet scampering across the pavement. They don't usually bark until they ...