Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Pooler/Savannah
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... in the rain (a buttload of places), we have ridden in freezing temps (Montana), but when you put them together, it's almost not doable....ALMOST.... even at 60 and 70 years of age, we still push through!! Then we have the best for last....we pull into the hotel where we have reservations and every space in the entire parking lot with the exception of the handicapped spots (good for us) are filled with Highway Patrol or Sheriff Department ...
Both Bruce and I visited with Brenda this morning. Then we went in to see Gary at The Goldsmith shop. I found a Belle'etoile bracelet, earrings and ring. Gary is ordering me a size 10 ring and is trying to fix my watch. Bruce found a beautiful black diamond necklace with a white diamond pendant for Cheryl' retirement gift. Gary ...
... back along the highway about 1/4 mile to retrieve poor little Chantee. WHEW! She survived unscathed and not a speck of dirt on her. Good thing we were driving in the right hand lane, otherwise she might have met her match under a Mac truck's tires. We're so sorry, Chantee, but boy did your long, pretty pink braid look beautiful flying through the air!
She now has a VERY secure seat with an upside down view out the front window and she loves it. ...
... retains its charm and sweet southern character.
We toured the city, saw the place where they filmed Forrest Gump, visited the market and museum, saw the old docks and the shops that now occupy the buildings where they once loaded cotton onto ships and unloaded slaves from Africa. It's hard to imagine how many people must have passed through the slave markets here. Not humanity's finest hour.
We stopped for ...
... took a boat tour through te swamp as well. About an hour. Water in the swamp is currently about 18 inches deep. The area has been in drought for about 2years. Water is down about two feet overall. Guide reported that the fire has caused lots of the wild life to disappear, as well as the drought. The gators are consuming lots of wild life including devouring their own. Saw one huge gator about 12 feet long. Just enjoying the sun. On the road, ...