Comfort Suites Milledgeville
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- Swimming pool
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A quick blog today. I will add to when I have more time. At this stage all I will say is that we are late in due to horrendous traffic on various interstates. It has been very hot and humid so need a drink and some food. I will catch up with you ...
... and this fall trip was no different. It occurred to me today that in the last few weeks we had travelled much of I75. We were in the Sault for Canadian Thanksgiving and where I 75 starts and here we were following it south to Florida.
Kentucky has all the lovely horse farms and Richard suggested we stop at the Berea Arts and Crafts Centre which is also a Welcome Centre. He knows I love it there but I resisted buying anything as I ...
... loud snoozes from the co-pilot who must have dreamt the car was driving off of a cliff. As we rolled along the Sunshine State I couldn’t help but feel the road out of Florida was like a conveyer belt working against your tires in the opposite direction. Maybe that is because it is always sad to leave Florida, or because the road is lengthy and flat, covered with a constant view of Spanish Moss heaping along both sides of the interstate and across ...
... morning today. Headed for the laundromat and did up a couple of loads, then went adventuring. Went to the mounds at Ocmulgee National Monument and had a great visit. Good museum and video, amazing gathering mound with chief's circle, and visits to outside of funeral and other mounds. A bit of a walk for me through the river / backwater area with herons and egrets. Then it was on to the Fish and Pig for a great supper. Back to the camp early for some quiet time. A great ...
... Gamble. Crossing the Ohio River into Kentucky there was a cloud of salt dust and you could see that Kentucky had more snow than Ohio but still the roads were good.
We always enjoy Kentucky and today was no exception. The undulating countryside is so pretty and the sign references to pikes left no doubt we were in horse country. We found two Starbucks for the trip this morning - the first in a Krogers in Walton (mile 171) and the second left ...