Hampton 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 ...
... a motel and café, where we holed up for the next three days. The kids loved it; swimming and TV. Everyone was very friendly there and really helped us. So we were excited to come back and see Tifton. We stayed at the KOA in Tifton. They have a lot more gnats now than I remember. Also, the town has grown into a megalopolis. Ah, the wheels of progress.
Anyway, it was nice to see it ...
... life better for their citizens.
Checked into the KOA in Tifton and met our camping neighbor next door. A nice couple from Sebastian FL that was seated at their picnic table with their cat on a leash eyeing all the scurrying squirrels. A friendly cat and greeted both Teds and I as we approached. Not taking no for an answer, we kept offering to ...
Ok, so it's off for a lovely spa pedicure, yes, this is Karen! LOL Gotta have pretty feet to travel right?! I am sooo excited. Mike and I will take the boys to lunch and spend some quality time with them before we take off on Saturday. I know that I will be unable to sleep. I have only flown once, well twice if you count the return trip. Shhhhh! I am trying desperately to put on a brave face!
We will be traveling in to San Francisco and I don't know ...
... you. Like the one I met today at mile 120.6. I hear his footsteps, then catch a glimpse of him approaching from my left. He's big, fast, and has the angle on me. I stand up, and give it everything I have. Turns out, he has more. He is now ahead of me, I'm going maybe 25 mph, zig left to get around, now he is behind me on my right. I'm thinking, "Look at me. Age 53, 120 miles in to a ride and I still got it." And then I hear his footsteps again. He's gaining on me from my ...