Quality Inn Fitzgerald
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Quite an uneventful day of driving up I75 with tons of truck traffic and not feeling quite up to speed (tiny touch of a cold). We made it to Tifton, GA and found a KOA. As we pulled into our campsite the skies opened with a deluge of rain, thunder and lightening. Bob and Meatball got out; Bob set up the RV and took Meatball for a much needed walk. Neither seemed to mind the rain. I made dinner and had a glass of wine. Nice evening of cable TV and ongoing ...
... of staying on property is definitely the easy access to the busses, monorail and the never ending gift shops and access to restaurants. The house felt more like vacation and less stressful. I think having a break from the parks was definitely a positive. When you are on property I don't feel like you ever really leave the parks. If we did it again we would have stayed in the house and done the parks ...
Stayed in campground #1, site 6. Quiet park. Gravel site backed up to nature trail. Not level. Picnic table and fire ring. 30amp and water. Bathrooms were clean but dated. Told campground #2 was newer but it was close to full when we arrived. Opted for the one with less people for more privacy. Maddux and Gavin joined us ...
Year 2, Day 127 - Today we drove the backroads from Tifton where our campground was and we sort of stumbled across the "capture site" of Jefferson Davis (and his party as they fled Richmond). This museum (built in 1939) is run by the county and is a bit remote, but it has a great amount of memorabilia to be viewed and it was quite nice. Along with the story of Jefferson Davis, the museum now includes artifacts from the ...
After shaking off the Super 8 filth and a few more hours of driving our throats were dry and thus we decide to make a stop at the Historic Boone Tavern in Berea Kentucky. We were greeted by the hostess and expressed our need for a drink to which she replied "Sorry, this is a dry county." So naturally, we left and will not be heading back to Berea anytime soon. ...