Plains Historic Inn
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Awesome! Was very informative and comfortable all at once. We loved the place. Would love to come again.
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... and the husband of the other survived.
Interesting note: There were gangs of criminals within the camp who robbed from, terrorized, and murdered other prisoners. They were called The Raiders. Other prisoners organized and worked with guards to arrest and court martial them. Some were returned to the prison by being forced to “running the gauntlet” back in. Six were found guilty of capital crimes and hanged. ...
... street lined with early 20th century 2- and 3-story buildings most of which are still in use by local merchants. There is a huge peanut collection facility on the edge of town and a sign directing passersby to the deer processing plant. Outside of town is a large produce facility which we suppose is for collecting and shipping produce. Streets are quiet without much traffic on a Sunday ...
... of pine needles below them all along the highway. The grass is a little greener.
We cross into Georgia and almost immediately there is a change. Some farm fields are a carpet of bright green (alfalfa or wheat???) Some fields have cattle and horses. One even had some donkeys. We got a good laugh when I call a miniature horse a "toy horse". Oh, well—whatever word works!
Trees are beginning to flower. Bright redbuds light ...
For those of you anxiously awaiting the update for what we did today, I'm sorry to say that you'll get no such thing. I'll be updating a day behind our activities. Just in case someone has the strange idea to stalk us on our trip, posting after the fact allows us to travel in secrecy. It also helps me to think of funny things to ...
... phase of our lives begins. Hopefully, we can put the mess we made over the last five years behind us as we turn the page to something great...stable careers, a great location, and perhaps a family, Lord willing.
So join us as we embark Monday on a 23-day journey around North America. In the words of the Amazing Race:
1 MILLION restroom breaks!