Country Hearth Inn & Suites
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... visit. Beautiful home and gardens. Wonderful love story between he and his wife. Rachael held a housewarming party our last day in Nashville. I got to see several family members from my previous marriage. Some I had not seen in probably 25 years. So good to see them and catch up. Left Nashville June 28. Headed to Albany Georgia to visit Rob's ...
... 5 acres that confined 45,000 men from January 1864 to May 1865. Nearly 13,000 died and are buried in the nearby cemetery. More soldiers were both housed here and died here than in any other POW camp on either side of the war. The CSA commander of the camp was later hanged for war crimes of starving the prisoners although supplies were redirected to the fighting armies, where soldiers were also starving, rather than prisoners. ...
... about FDR and his visits to Georgia. The museum includes a very good film about the Little White House and FDR’s relationship to Georgia. FDR’s work to bring electricity to rural areas of the south is an outcome of his conversations with people who live in the area.
Interesting note: We note the coincidence that FDR was a generation ahead of the Carter family. It was President ...
... But church parking lots seem to be full.
Our first stop is Plains High School. There is a lot of space devoted to Miss Julia Coleman who taught both Jimmy and Rosalynn for several grades in this school that was 7-12 grades. There is a room set up as a classroom with small desks, medium desks, and large desks to accommodate children in various grades. Carter credits her with planting seeds for ...
... of setting up and anchoring down. We’ll do it smoothly after about one more stop.
Arrival at the Brickyard Golf This campground was a first. The lady came out to meet us in a golf cart, took us to our site, and said, “Just go up to the office tomorrow in the morning to pay.” It’s not a fancy campground, but it’s a place to hang our hat for a few days. The internet connections are non-existent on my computer. ...