Days Inn Macon I-475
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... she should purchase anti-bear repellant, and if so, would she need any for this trip? From the sounds of the conversation I decided she needed one less margarita and a shade tree away from the southern sun.
As I got back to the car Jessica was finished pumping gas so I pulled the car to a space in front of the attached restaurant while she ran in to use the restrooms. I got into the cooler and made myself a ham and cheese sandwich, filled up my glass ...
Got off Monday after 12...heading for Columbus, OH 1003 miles away....and had to be there by Wednesday.
Drove just under 300 miles to Perry, GA. Found a stopover at Fair Harbor RV Park just off I75. Neat park all treed, cute little lake in the middle of it, great electric and cable. Just what we needed after getting in around 6 that evening.
More driving ...
... 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 ...
... First Hotel and we move onto the next building, which is a home for one of the founding families of Perry.
We try the new number again, only to get the same message "there is no site #2" blah, blah, blah. Because I apparently love to torture both George and myself, I go through this same futile exercise 6 or 7 times.
Finally we get ...
... only be here one more day and who knows when we will be back in Perry, guess I got taken!! Oh well, live and learn.
After lunch we walked through the motor home exhibit area. They had everything from Roadtrek (basically a van with all the trimmings) to a preowned Prevost which we could buy at the show price of $849,000. We walked through that one, but it really didn't have anything I liked. In fact, I really didn't see anything I wanted better than what we currently ...