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... We walked the manicured grounds & watched as people in white played croquet with huge 4 x 4 mallets!! (Look carefully at the photo you an see a mallet standing on its own! ) I had to ask if it was called croquet because they where so big & heavy. I thought it was really funny! The first European William Horton, landed here in 1736, establishing a farm on 500 acres granted to him to grow crops to feed ...
This was definitely an island for the rich and famous at one time. It was developed as a playground in the 1880s by a group of wealthy shareholders including such well known names as Rockefeller, Morgan, Goodyear, Vanderbilt. Was called Millionaires Village. Expenses: Campsite Jekyll Island State Park 1 nite: $40.00 Gas for RV ...
... Steak House along Bay Street, it's only four blocks. I wanted to try the onion bloom which did not disappoint. I took a photo, its got a rub on it and was deep fried and there was a spicy sauce to dip it into, YUM! Andrew wanted some more and ordered BBQ shrimp on the barbie and quasadeas. We had a couple of pints, everything was happy hour and half price. We saw the pommy couple Ian and can't remember, they had a couple of run ins with Chanda and told ...
... morning watching our belongings being loaded on to the humongous truck, neighbors drove by and waved, some even gave a beep-beep. We had several walking by who stopped to chat, inquiring about the sale of the house. They were pleasant and complimentary on how they "love" our house, and they were happy to hear we would be returning in two years. A beautiful couple, whom we had never met, stopped their brisk walk ...
*** To place this in context and view the timeline, begin by clicking on 'About This Blog' *** Monday, 22 October 2012 Today the idea was to return to the roads less travelled, traverse Georgia and reach the Gulf of Mexico (for a swim the following morning). The trip started on roads with several small towns. It was quite concerning the number of pawn shops, consignment shops and repo depots; selling large items such as vehicles, equipment, machinery, etc. Many ...