Cumberland Island Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... baggage fee has magically been waived away and my bags are checked all the way to Okinawa.
My parents and I said a really sad and tearful goodbye. It's one of those paramount moments where you feel the entire gravity of what you're about to do weighing on your soul. I love them so much and I'm really going to miss them. I waltzed through security, and here I sit at my gate a full hour and ...
... is 4F this year for physical activity. She had surgery a week ago for a torn ACL. She also is recovering from a dislocated elbow. She got injured during warm-ups at cheerleading practice. She got clearance from her PT and decided to come fo FAC in spite of the limitations that would be imposed. She had to warm the bench at Rebounderz, but the other kids had their fill after one hour, so it wasn't too ...
... as he is when I am 94 (if I make it that long).
After the jump the Never Quit Never group brought Tom and another WWII veteran (Bill, 92 years old) up on stage and talked about what they did back in 1944 and their service to the USA and to the world. Thousands of people were there cheering, and everyone wanted to shake their hands and have their photos taken with Tom and Bill and thank them in person. It was quite a moving and heartwarming ...
Year 2, Day 129 - Today we ventured into the Okefenokee Swamp. Unfortunately the weather was not the greatest, but we stuck around and went to the park museum and took a ride around the property, walked to an old homestead (the Chesser Island Homestead), and then when the weather finally broke and the rain stopped, we are able to get out on a tour of the swamp. We saw several alligators, and ...
... so far, and it does get easier. I must say that I DO love to travel. Have I mentioned that before? We'll then, I've said it again.
We stopped shortly after we entered Georgia at a Welcoming Center. Unlike others of it's ilk, it was wide open and ready to help us out. I picked up some analog maps and guides for Lynn. She DO love the paper stuff! We had a bite to eat and took ...