Courtyard By Marriott Augusta
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... rain. We traveled on Highway I-20 where we passed through the big city of Atlanta and then onward east. Good highways.
We arrived into Augusta at approximately 5:00 pm. Our watches were adjusted back to Eastern time as we had been on Central time while in Nashville and Birminhgham.
After getting settled into our hotel and ...
After a fun early Christmas weekend with our daughters, son-in-laws and grandkids, we started off on the first leg of our trip - driving down to Aiken, South Carolina. My brother and his wife own a house and property just outside of this small, historic town and they kindly let us stay at their 'ranch' before we fly off to Africa fr om the Atlanta airport.
We have nicknamed their property Morning Glory Ranch because of the beautiful sunrises that we ...
... stress. Who needs it! The more you can prevent the better. It also helps to have a strong, ex-Navy brother in the neighborhood to enjoy the home while we are gone. I always recommend announcing to the local authorities when you are off on an adventure. In our small town atmosphere they feel as though they are simply checking in on they neighbor's house. I also always recommend relocating all critical documents ...
Drove 140 miles on 2.5 hours.
The purpose of this stop was to take a peak at the legendary Augusta National Golf Course, the home of the US Masters golf tournament.
The town itself is nondescript for such a famous location. Its hard to fathom where the spectators and media would stay during the tournament as its not a large town and dining and entertainment options are limited.
We have enjoyed our stay at Mistletoe State Park for the last 5 days. The park is about 50 miles from Augusta, Ga and is on the Clarks Hill Lake. This lake is the start of the Savannah River and is a very popular place to fish.
On Saturday we volunteered to help cleanup the trails of the park. There were a lot of volunteers and even some Army men and women who are stationed nearby. We enjoyed our ...