Quality Inn Jesup
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
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... new AC compressor.
At the direction of the service manager, we pulled Winnie in a parking lot and settled in while we waited for a ride back to Jeff's dads house.
So, day #2 - same state, another repair and a view of the "Thrift Auto Garage"... a 12:00 beer start time was in order.
Jeff and I settled in and decided to play some cards, listen to music and well, drink a beer.
We finally made it back to ...
... plugged in and got set up for the night only to realize that during our trek through the trees we ripped off the plumbing vent stack off the roof! OOPS... good thing Jeff is a Zip-Tie Junkie because he was able to zip that thing together in 15 different places and BAM, it was back in place.
Hoping that the vent stack incident was not an indicator of our trip to ...
... the car and Chris got some work done in the van. We made our way out of Savannah and along the Georgia coast to Waynesville, a small town with an inexpensive campsite. We noticed our auxiliary battery was being a little lazy so we needed a campsite to plug into for the night. The campsite was hunting and fishing site but it was quiet and dark. They had no showers or bathrooms but the campsite owner let us use the fishing cabin as it wasn’t rented ...
It's almost 8:45pm & we're in GA. We've made some new friends & learned a lot about train travel already. The train is nice, roomy & quiet. Apparently Amtrak subsidizes it's fares by cranking up the AC & then selling blankets!!! We're enjoying the trip so far & can't wait to get into the City tomorrow! We're due to arrive at 2:30pm & then look out Big Apple...here we ...
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It was quite small, not the imposing colonnaded edifice we expected to be housing the owner of 2000 acres and 300 slaves. However, the original was destroyed in 1865 in the Civil War, by fire. Just three years later the owner rebuilt it, to the original design but with every room scaled down. Howcome, in a conquered land, did the owner get to rebuild at all, and so soon? Where did the money ...