La Quinta Inn & Suites Kingsland
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... the right size tool to take off the cap). Ten minutes later we hit the road (6:30). Yes, Terry was the one up at 5am and ready to go. I could not believe that we made it thru Atlanta with no backups or accidents. Sailed thru during lunchtime!! We just gained an hour and now we have to climb mount eagle. Got to Nashville during rush hour and decided to stop north of Bowling Green so we traveled a little north and found a very small nice campground in Cave ...
... I leave my little island paradise for points beyond. I wont see this driveway for at least 40 days. Lunch at Peppers Mexican restaurant (Cause nothing says long motorcycle ride like Mexican food) with my Mom and Dad, step son and the executive pastor of my Mom and Dads church, Mark Barnes. He is rode to the South Carolina line with me as a send off. Enjoyed the time. We rode I95 up to Brunswick then 17N for a change of scenery. Nice country road. We pulled in for gas in who ...
... everywhere and none were too shy to get familiar with. We saw deer, horses, turkeys, skinks, crabs, and and lots of frogs. BUT NO SNAKES and the bugs weren't bad. A young deer even snuck up on us and hung around for a bit while we took some pictures.
After exploring for a while, we headed back to the campground for some lunch and little rest. It was about 90 degrees with 90% humidity on the island so it was easy ...
... days ago, we left Hidden Harbor, and traveled about five miles downstream to Morningstar Marina at Golden Isles, just across a bridge from St. Simon’s Island. We are meeting friends from Grafton Harbor, Rhonda and Dave Lang, who arrive tomorrow. The Langs keep their boat, Cat’s Meow, docked at Morningstar nowadays and we look forward to spending some time with them.
Our next stop will be Savannah, and then we will be cruising ...
... made from a material called tabby.Skilled slaves would cooked oyster shells in a kiln and collect the lime that was produced.These cooked shells would dissolve in water and then they would mix sand in to the mix make cement. The "concrete" was then poured into forms, layer by layer, to make the walls.
We parked the car and then the first place we went to was the barn.The north side was the oldest side of the barn.Then we walked to the dock and had a little walk around ...
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking