Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Tifton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the States and has an award-winning film presentation.
Outside of the museum is a monument which marks the exact spot where Davis was captured. Still standing near this mark is an old Longleaf Pine which is over 150 years old and was standing at the time of his capture on May 10, 1865. As the Union army advanced on Davis, there were two separate troops (one from Wisconsin and the other from Michigan) ...
... the story:
In 1991, also in an RV and on the way home from Walt Disney World (only we had two young children with us), our brand-new Jamboree 21 foot class-C motor home broke down on the freeway. Barbara had just taken over driving and was merging on to the interstate, when the engine stopped. I turned to her and said, "What are you doing?" She didn’t like my tone. But we ...
... my fellow travelers put Tifton, GA on your bucket list. Everyone was exceptionally friendly and laughed at all my jokes. Well almost every one of them. Big farming community that gives people the sense that growing peaches and pecans are gifts from God. Everything else will take care of itself. A town that still does business with a handshake and works together ...
... more excited, me or Mike! He can't wait to show me around, this is one of his favorite places. We will spend a night there exploring Pier 39 and I really want to go to Golden Gate Bridge Park and the Arts Center. Sunday morning it's off to Sacramento where Mike's dad and stepmom live. They are graciously letting us borrow a car so we won't have to rent one. Monday morning at the "********* of dawn" (hehehe) we will be leaving for Yosemite. I am gonna put ...
... you. Like the one I met today at mile 120.6. I hear his footsteps, then catch a glimpse of him approaching from my left. He's big, fast, and has the angle on me. I stand up, and give it everything I have. Turns out, he has more. He is now ahead of me, I'm going maybe 25 mph, zig left to get around, now he is behind me on my right. I'm thinking, "Look at me. Age 53, 120 miles in to a ride and I still got it." And then I hear his footsteps again. He's gaining on me from my ...