Days Inn Alma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The Okefenokee Swamp National Wildlife Refuge
So now we know that not all swamps are alike.This is very different to what we saw in Louisiana. In addition to gators, turtles and egrets, we saw owls, snakes and a raccoon. Lots of lily pads that are ...
... and borrow a compressor from one of the hosts if need be.
We've seen on palm trees since we left Florida. Now we're in an area covered with slender Long Needle Pines and the ever-present Live oaks. We've noticed the the sites are now covered with crushed granite, not the sand of Florida. It makes for a cleaner coach, that's for sure. Yesterday we vacuumed out His Highness and it looks and feels better. It does appear that our "technician", ...
After a hardworking week with the Lady Aggies, I was able to go home and enjoy some well needed family time. Going back to Georgia was great because not only was I able to spend time with my family, but I also was able to attend my cousin's wedding. It was a small lakeside wedding and it was beautiful! I was very glad to be able to have been in attendance. Now it's time to get focused and work towards this championship!
Day 36 23rd September, Laura S Walker State Park, Georgia
We joked that we would need more luggage to carry all our booty back to NZ. When David arrives for his morning coffee, guess what he's bringing us – a gear bag from Yokohama! What an appropriate reciprocation for the NZ shirts Dennis brought over for him – a hard call for someone you’ve not seen in 25 years!
One last tour of the ...
... new growth - it is surprising how fast pine trees grow.
We mainly wanted to check the seedlings that had just been planted. They've had plenty of rain since being planted about 4 weeks ago. We can already tell that some didn't make it, but overall they look good. We'll be interested to check them when they get a little bigger because it looked like some were longleaf when all were to be slash. Either should do ...