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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Easy flight this morning up to Warm Springs, GA. 4500ft, no bumps, but hazy. Landed at 10:30 am after fueling at Suwannee County airport. So, I counted on the self serve fuel pump because I landed there at 07:30 before anybody was around. Well, turns out there is a "Out-of-Service" sign on the pump with a number to call! After the call, a nice guy shows up and lets me pump a whole 9 gals of Avgas (Thanks, Dana!). I apologized ...
After not getting to bed until after 1:00am last night, the 6:30 wake up call via Luke was hard! We got up and ate brunch at the state park restaurant. Afterwards we took a hike to see the waterfalls. They were amazing! The weather here is pretty incredible too. I hadn't seen the sun in what seemed like weeks. That's not the case here. ...
Today was the wedding day!!!! First Ohno Scot Mama Daddy and Luke and Me went and took a walk and we saw a water fall after a marvelous breakfast buffet. ( they had the best cinnamon rolls ever ) Then we went home and took showers and got dressed up for the wedding . After that we went back to our cabin and took a nap. Last we went to reception and had the best strawberry shortcake ever!!!!!!!!!! And had a dance party and had a ...
Well, 4am comes really early on any normal day but after the thunderstorms we had last night it was hard to get myself out of bed! We got on the road about 4:30 and made good time through Dallas, despite the heavy consistent rain fall. We were hoping to stop in West for some kolaches but Mark passed it up because we were all sleeping! So, Cracker Barrel would have to do! After over 800 miles we made it to Tennessee! After dinner with family we are headed to ...
Monday, August 18, 2014 Truck 71,997 Trip 11, 988
By 8:21 a.m. we had crossed the line into Arkansas on route 40. The gently rolling hills and rich pastures took us past well-manicured homes and stately farms. There were several large churches in each town we came to. By 2 p.m. we'd left Arkansas and hit Memphis, which I saw briefly as we blew through. In Adamsville I spotted the first Piggly Wiggly of ...