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We spent 9 days in Nashville visiting our daughter Rachael. She had many many jobs for us to do around her new home. On Wednesday we went on the Bourbon Trail in Kentucky. We visited Willets Distillery, Jim Beam, and a mom and pop winery in Bardstown. The Bourbon trail has numerous corporate and craft distilleries spread throughout the state. It ...
March 24, 2015 – Andersonville, Georgia
Gray skies at the beginning of the day. We have some sun in the afternoon, but now it's cloudy again. Sun soon we hope.
Spring continues to pop out in Georgia. As we drive along we see redbuds and dogwoods blooming. We even see a yellow bell today. But the azaleas are not out yet. But we see the "real" harbinger of spring—pine pollen. We stop for a picnic ...
It's another gray drizzly day is South Georgia. Maybe we’ll get sun tomorrow.
Today we drove about 80 miles to Warm Springs. It’s another small southern town. This one that has really revitalized its downtown core. There are lots of little funky shops (mostly closed on Monday) and several restaurants all to cater to the tourists. We ate lunch at a little BBQ joint. It has about 15 seats ...
We get up to a gray and cloudy day. Rain is forecast for South Georgia—that's us! Well we go anyway. Hopefully the things we want to do in Plains will be mostly inside.
We’re having a terrible time with internet connections. Even going up to the office did not helped. We’ll just have to make do with phones for emergencies.
Plains is a very small southern town with ...
... straggly line of scrub trees between the fields. Bradford pear trees are in full bloom around Macon, but are already turning green further south in Americus.
There is another indicator of spring. Part of our drive is on I-77. There are many, many RV’s of various types – motor homes, fifth wheels like us, travel trailers of all sizes – all traveling north. Some pull golf carts in trailers behind the motor home. Some ...