Country Hearth Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... something you would want to do over several days. Next time we will stay over in Bairdstown (a must for me). I fell in love with it's beauty and charm. If any of y'all reading this ever head up that way, I highly recommend Mammie's Kitchen. Great southern food. The following day we went to Andrew Jackson's plantation Hermatage. Interesting ...
... Korean War, Vietnam War, and Persian Gulf War.
Today Fort Sumter/Andersonville is a peaceful, green park for remembering. The entire site is a powerful reminder of the evil that men do to other men and women who are their captives.
Interesting note: There are records of at least two women who followed their prisoner husbands to Andersonville. Both worked in the hospitals at the camp. One buried her ...
... the era, and purpose.
Next we go to the site of the Warm Spring that Roosevelt so enjoyed. It is on the site of a former tourist spa and hotel. The warm mineral laced water has been beneficial for centuries. FDR found the waters so stimulating that he tore down the old hotel, built a new one, and built pools for polio victims from the area and other areas to enjoy. The pools have not been used ...
... Jack was the person who rang the farm bell to start each day at 4 am and tended the animals, barns and family gardens. Rachel worked on the farm in many ways and helped raise the children. Jimmy slept overnight at their house when his parents were away. He credits his experiences with Jack and Rachel, and with black friends he played and worked with on the farm, with his comfort living and working ...
... of pine needles below them all along the highway. The grass is a little greener.
We cross into Georgia and almost immediately there is a change. Some farm fields are a carpet of bright green (alfalfa or wheat???) Some fields have cattle and horses. One even had some donkeys. We got a good laugh when I call a miniature horse a "toy horse". Oh, well—whatever word works!
Trees are beginning to flower. Bright redbuds light ...