Best Western Executive Inn
Travel Blogs from Waynesboro
... Journal from my dad
Sunglasses (over Rx, clip-on, and regular)
Spare glasses and case
Contacts, drops, and solution
Leatherman swiss army knife
Extra ziplock bags
Combination lock from my mom
Word lock with cord
Small insulated bottle
Nalgene with UV purifier from the Wolves
Sunscreen from Kara
Compass from Kara
Earrings (for ...
... actually in South Carolina, just over the Georgia border (rather confusing!). I went to a Fresh Market for a few snacks, driving past the Augusta National Golf Course (but could not see in). Picked up Kelly around 9pm - Augusta sure has a dinky airport for such a large city. He was ready to relax after a very long day at airports.
... is the fun of meeting people while in line and at your table. We chatted with a family from Texas and a couple from North Carolina. We sat with the mayor and town council from Lennox, Georgia. All great fun to talk to! After lunch I did a little shopping and then we hit the road to Augusta to see Josh and his girlfriend, Shannon. Along the way we took a detour through Statesboro to see Georgia Southern University. It was a very nice ...
... food, called tapas, that added up to be about one meal. After our small dinner, we went for a walk on a historical trail but we had to cut it short due to safety reasons. Augusta is also the location of the famous golf championship called the Masters. It must get busy around then.
We returned to the Inn where we relaxed and prepared for a good nights sleep. ZZZZZZ!!!
... if you want some photos you can park your car across the road and take photos from outside the gate. Alan as quick as lightening had the car parked and grabbed me by the hand,dragged me across the road to take photos of this stupid golf course which we are not allowed to enter. Not one to be happy with just photos Alan decides to jump back into the car and go around the side and back of the course looking for a place to jump the fence, but alas the ...