Country Inn & Suites Savannah Airport
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Well today is travel day. We loaded up the huge Ford Expedition with the luggage and we head out on the road as planned for 08:30 a.m. We were all in agreement that we should head out via HOTlanta rather than going via Ashville. A few years ago when we were heading to Biltmore, we came across an accident on the highway up in the mountains and ended up getting stuck there for hours. We figured the ...
... day. I had eaten two Belvitas and one Adkins bar and I just didn't have enough fuel in my tank to carry on. We got back to the trolley stop and he went inside for a few minutes. I got our parking pass validated and then went over to stand outside to wait for him.
Would you believe that although only one person was smoking it so permeated the air that I couldn't stay there. We left and then suddenly realized that we wanted to go back to the ...
... miles throughout the historic district , saw Mercer house, walked down to the river, then it was time to retrieve CharLi, our motorhome. Short daylight hours and we wanted to get re-parked before dark. All was well so we headed back to the RV park late in the day, first stopping to refuel ($2.59 for regular). Spent a quiet evening at home because it was so cold. But I did go back to Sweet Spice for takeout dinner of comfort food. The rest will be lunch on our 450 mile ...
... prop and we knew the strut was a temporary fix at best. So, we went to bed that night not knowing if we could make it to Savannah. We might leave only to have to turn around. The thought of turning around did not set well with First Mate as she dearly wanted to see her babies in Savannah, especially since three of them were making a special trip to be there. She would use a paddle to propel the boat if she had to. The Captain, however, was more practical and was adamant that we would not ...
Ghost writer here. Bit of a dreary day again, at least to start. First Easter in forever that just the two of us we're present. Left the cabin around 10 and had lunch at a BBQ joint south of Macon. Pulled pork on a bun for Kath and beef brisket on a bun for me. An outstanding Easter brunch! Drove thru downtown Savannah early in the afternoon, then out to Tysee Island ...