Holiday Inn Hotel & Conference Center
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- Swimming pool
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... we get here is the the Smokin' Pig in Valdosta. Great St. Louis ribs.
On the way up, we saw these strange vehicles on the road....couldn't resist taking a few photos. Not sure what they're going to do with them.
Tomorrow, we ...
Exciting news! We have a house now! Which is a huge relief because we won't have to run around Anchorage trying to find a house once we get up there! It is on base in the Moose Crossing neighborhood. It is a 2 bedroom/2.5 bath with a bonus room and 1-car garage. I'm already driving Evan crazy with home decorating ideas (Thanks Pinterest!)
... with us but Ava (my cat) will be staying will my mom and dad until she can be flown up there after we arrive. The Air Force is shipping all of our stuff so we only need to worry about what we are packing in Evan's Xterra. If anyone knows any cool or weird roadside attractions/tourist sights along our way. Please let me know!! We are going to need short pit stops to break up the driving and why not see the strange things America ...
... Leaving Earth. Thought that was pretty good and true. We started hooking up everything and when I removed the cap from the tank area, black tank contents came pouring out, seems Bob did not close the black tank valve all the way. So we had to wash everything off. Once we got all hooked up we drove back to the Georgia Welcome Center to pick up some information for future use, then we went to dinner. We decided that tonight we would ...
... of the Sea" as I've been calling them. No gorgeous large beasts floating around in the water. We turned back down the path and saw a man in a canoe doing research for the park. I asked him where the manatees were hiding and he explained that the temperature was a bit chillier than usual at this time of year, but that there were four or five manatees closer to the river that the spring fed into. Sure enough, ...