InTown Suites Valdosta
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... we get here is the the Smokin' Pig in Valdosta. Great St. Louis ribs.
On the way up, we saw these strange vehicles on the road....couldn't resist taking a few photos. Not sure what they're going to do with them.
Tomorrow, we ...
... I said goodbye to my car, cat, and family in one day, so you know I was crying a lot.
Tomorrow the packers come. Apparently they have to put a sticker on every single item. As soon as they are done we get to hit the road! YAY! A lady came Friday to do a generalized listing of what the packers should expect to box up. She told ...
We are a week away from leaving!! Evan and I are are so excited and can't wait to get on the road. We still haven't gotten his official orders yet but it should be any day now (hopefully!). As soon as those come in, we can finish up things here in Valdosta and head out. I have started planning our trip. Here is our unofficial itinerary: Valdosta, Ga New Orleans, LA (arrive early afternoon and overnight stay) San Antonino, TX (2-3 ...
Today was a short day, only 189 miles, but for some reason it was a very tiring drive. We wanted to depart Deland by 9 am, but we didn't make it. I woke up at 8 and found Bob asleep on the couch. So it was almost 10 by the time we departed Deland. We did not return to I-75 the way we went into Deland, so the ride was better. We didn't really stop like we normally do, so we made it to Grassy Pond about 2 pm. Grassy Pond is the ...
... of the Sea" as I've been calling them. No gorgeous large beasts floating around in the water. We turned back down the path and saw a man in a canoe doing research for the park. I asked him where the manatees were hiding and he explained that the temperature was a bit chillier than usual at this time of year, but that there were four or five manatees closer to the river that the spring fed into. Sure enough, ...