Country Hearth Inn Cedartown
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We spent the day biking and looking around the ends of the park we hadn't seen yet. We went over to an old homestead, saw the Marina and enjoyed the views. I almost ran right into a deer on the way home. Pretty cool. Thunder and lightening threatened in late afternoon but only a few drops were around. All in all a very nice ...
Yesterday we stopped at a great Country Store called Carrol's Country Store, just north of Tifton, GA. It reminded me of a Cracker Barrel like atmosphere. It was packed with all sorts of jams, preserves, jellies and salsas and just about anything you can make with fruit and keep in a jar. It also specialized in country meats so there were globs of various sausages, chops, steaks, burgers, ham and ribs. We had lunch there ...
... with Stuart and Char. They had just returned from Greece and made a wonderful Greek meal. I do miss Char. We liked cooking together and had a lot in common. Stuart even did some magic for us! They say they are planning to come to Tahoe for our pig roast in October. Awesome! So glad we were able to squeeze this day in. Don't want to lose touch with old ...
Nikki will spend the afternoon and evening with us here at the park. We are hoping others will join us or at least stop by. Talking with Scott yesterday he was wanting to...but what will Laura do? He mentioned bringing the whole family. Yikes!! We got through the past event with Scott but Laura is definitely a problem. It would be interesting and I will for a good outcome!! Shannon and Sterling might ...
... Bald eagles have actually migrated into the surrounding area, so there is also a possibility of seeing one of these majestic birds, especially near the river. From the Covered Bridge, which is still the town’s most recognizable landmark, you can see this river, along with wildlife in the area.
Designed by Horace King, a slave who became a freedman before the Civil War, ...