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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... National POW Museum was outstanding. I drove through the cemetery briefly before making my way south to Plains, Georgia and the Jimmy Carter NHS, less than a half-hour away, where I learned about the rural upbringing of the future President and his wife (including their influential school teacher who told her handful of students to do their best "in case you become President ...
... see clouds of yellow pollen blowing in the wind.
Today’s trip is to the town of Andersonville, Georgia and the prisoner of war camp near there, Fort Sumter. It’s in Sumter County Georgia. Most know it simply as Andersonville, the infamous POW Civil War Camp. There is nothing left of the original camp. However, there is small sections of the stockade recreated and white posts which mark the boundary of ...
... lunch "crowd" and the typical red checked table cloths. We ate BBQ— good smoky flavor; but very dry; stew—more tomatoey that our area with ground meat; slaw; and white bread. The sauces have more tomato. The mild is really sweet and the medium is about as spicy as North Carolina mild. It was a good experience.
On to the Little White House. There is a small museum at the site with ...
... American is his later life.
Interesting note: One of the fields (2-3 acres) beside the house is filled with small plants about 12" tall. When asked, the NPS guide tells us they are pecan (pee-can) trees. They will stay in these fields until they are 3 years old, then go to nurseries to be sold. When in their permanent home, they grow for 15 years before producing pecans. Wow, that is ...
March 21, 2015 – Travel Day to Americus, Georgia
Well, spring has come to South Georgia. We're here and it’s warmer than North Carolina.
We leave Charlotte in the cold with bare trees and hazy fog. The grass is brown. The trees are bare. It’s still winter. South Carolina is beginning to look a little greener. The trees are still bare, but they have buds at the end of the branches. There are tall pines with ...