Magnuson Sugarbush Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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So everyone left on the 7 week tour, & I'm manning the fort... Doodle went under a dresser & got in a sticky rat trap - at least we know who the rat is around here! I have no idea where the rat trap ended up... Pi brought in a flower in a pot from outside before she left, so I dealt with the ant family... All the trash cans & recycle bins are full. There ...
Our mornings are starting later but we did manage the bewitching hour of 9am to get breakfast Maggie pigged out on waffles and drowned it in syrup, and cannot face another waffle. We set off for Savannah and 20 miles later we arrived, after lots of left and rights but eventually arrived in the old town. Very interesting and charming city. We walked our socks off, saw many picturesque sights. We sat on 'Forrest Gumps' bench. ( life ...
We were picked up from the motel by a shuttle bus to take us into St Augustine to catch red train tours and spent the next two hours weaving our way around narrow streets. The driver gave us amusing information of the history of St Augustine. Apparently Ray Charles was expelled from the famous blind school, because he stayed up too late 'jamming' in the local bars. Martin ...
We are on our way again moving south for the winter. Our first major stop was at a Georgia State Park located south of Savannah on the banks of the Ogeechee River.This scenic park showcases the best-preserved earthwork fortification of the Confederacy (Fort McAllister). The earthworks were attacked seven times by Union ironclads but did not fall until 1864 -- ending Gen. William T. Sherman’s “March to the Sea.” We explored the grounds with ...
... and some snowy Egrets mixed in. Many Vultures and an unidentified hawk which was just too far away to id. But I knew it wasn't a vulture so I am calling it "not a vulture".
The refuge itself was beautiful. It was very handicapped accessible, the trails would work for someone in a wheel chair. Very Cool. It contained freshwater ponds and ocean front.
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