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... 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 ...
... street lined with early 20th century 2- and 3-story buildings most of which are still in use by local merchants. There is a huge peanut collection facility on the edge of town and a sign directing passersby to the deer processing plant. Outside of town is a large produce facility which we suppose is for collecting and shipping produce. Streets are quiet without much traffic on a Sunday ...
... We see one motor home towing a truck with a golf cart in the truck bed. Do what you have to do to get your stuff where you want to go! It’s the snowbirds going back home. They’ll get there in time to do their taxes. Spring has come and Florida is getting warm. Time to go north for the summer!
We arrive after a 7 hour trip ready to get out of the truck. Getting set up is a learning process—relearning/remembering ...
Now that we're at the end of our adventure, here’s a game for all my
eager readers. I’m posting skyline pictures for several of the cities we drove
through, and it’s YOUR job to name the city. Send your list by email to ...