Americas Best Value Inn- Cuthbert
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Jack was the person who rang the farm bell to start each day at 4 am and tended the animals, barns and family gardens. Rachel worked on the farm in many ways and helped raise the children. Jimmy slept overnight at their house when his parents were away. He credits his experiences with Jack and Rachel, and with black friends he played and worked with on the farm, with his comfort living and working ...
When went to Plains, it was a very long drive from West Palm Beach. I cut through Jacksonville and arrived in Plains Georgia exhausted. Most people probably don't know anything about this quaint southern city, but it is actually very interesting. I Got to spend a weekend with my entire family and drive through the countryside. ...
... we got in the car and drove around the perimeter of what would have been the prison, then on to the National Cemetery where a funeral was taking place.
Next we drove over to Plains, GA to see Jimmy Carter's place. Plains is a very small town, the main street is only about five stores and they all sell Jimmy Carter things. The whole town of Plains is the National Historic Site. The Carters still live there and we drove by the house, we also drove past the ...
We began our trip to Oshkosh on Thursday morning. Lunch in Tifton, GA at Hog and Bone Barbeque. Good sandwich - there is also one of these in Waycross. Arrived at the campground around 2 PM after changing to central time zone. Our site is about 20 feet from the edge of the lake. We can watch the boaters from our bedroom window! We'll try to leave early tomorrow since it is another almost 300 mile day. ...
... of his bill and pure white wing markings. Beautiful.
Ibis, egret, heron, red headed duck with gray bill and body, a pair of loons (thank you, very much), and the smallest bird I have ever seen (of course I am viewing them through binoculars at quite a distance), plump gray bird with white belly and white markings on the wings, another gray bird with a black tufted crown and gold markings under the wings (we have since learned ...