Days Inn Waycross
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Waycross
... to bloom. This wildlife refuge has an extensive series of "trails" that are all on the water. Canoe, kayak or motor boat. Definitely NO SWIMMING!
The water is really black and kind of eerie. Would not want to be in this swamp at night. Enjoy the photos. ...
... that comes with being a Friend on Georgia State Parks. Due to my age, we also get a twenty percent discount on a campsite and ten percent off of any merchandise we purchase. We checked out the straw hats in the store and each fell for a hat to our liking. Lynn's is a wide brimmed summer hat and mine is another Gamblers Fedora. Pictures will appear as they will. Nice hats!
We then walked down to see the farm animals. I had forgotten both ...
... a wombat in Oz even though they are REALLY common on Wilson's Promontory and we drove around for ages at night. I swear the wildlife knows I am coming and goes into hiding!
The drive to Georgia was uneventful and not overly interesting except that it was noticeable that the area started to look more run-down and poorer. There are a lot of homes and plots of land for sale and many businesses seemed to have shut down. It was ...
... no seeum / sand gnat plague – but somewhere along the line we’ll be hopping into thermals and running Gaby’s heaters instead of aircon so we shouldn’t wish the heat away too fast.
At a quick pit stop we wait for a Mohawked biker to finish at the pump – when he realizes we can only do "port side to" he promptly shifts his bike to fill at the other side. We chat a while, admire his ...
... That's pretty much how I feel tonight.
The last three weeks is a blur of cities, and landscapes. What day it is hasn't mattered, just get on the bike and rack up some miles. Some days I felt pretty darn good, other days, not so much. There were days that I was happy and lovin' life, and days when I felt that I would rather be just about anywhere else. There are parts of the trip that I have ...