Fairfield Inn & Suites Tifton
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... on our trek and shortly after saw a sign proudly exclaiming "SANDERS CAFE: Birthplace of KFC!" that stop was a no-brainer. After driving down a winding road in hillbilly county we reached our destination Sanders Cafe. It was pretty neat to look over all of the original recipes and we couldn't help but stay for lunch. We ordered an original recipe ...
... t need to go there.
Barbara was able to coast the RV over to the side, and we got on the CB radio (no cell phones then). We talked to one trucker and a fourteen year old boy who was trying to meet girls. No help.
It wasn’t long until a Georgia State Trooper stopped and helped us. He called a tow truck and waited with us until it showed up. Then he drove all four of ...
... my fellow travelers put Tifton, GA on your bucket list. Everyone was exceptionally friendly and laughed at all my jokes. Well almost every one of them. Big farming community that gives people the sense that growing peaches and pecans are gifts from God. Everything else will take care of itself. A town that still does business with a handshake and works together ...
... arrive back in GA with all our memories and a million or so photos!
I will try to update as we go along, depending on connectivity, so in the words of Erica, "The weather is here, wish you were beautiful!"
UPDATE!!! So we decided to travel to Jacksonville early so we could sleep-in in the morning so it is on now! Courtyard Marriot by the airport is very nice and the people are friendly and helpful. So excited... I just can't wait for ...
... concern about restraining them. They just roam. And why not, it's not like people are walking or riding by. Usually, anyways. Of course, until I come along. Anybody who rides a bike probably has an anti-dog strategy. My first rule of thumb is that if I see them, then hear them bark, they usually aren't a threat. The ones you really need to look out for are the ones where the first thing you hear is their feet scampering across the pavement. They don't usually bark until they ...