Days Inn Hazlehurst
Travel Blogs from Hazlehurst
... to start someone asked us where we were from because they didn't think we were from there.
The movie was pretty good but probably not what we all expected.
Before the movie we were taking a picture of the group in front of the sign when the lady taking tickets came out of the door and said she would take it for us so we could all be in it. It was the Sweet Onion Cinema
... Friends of one of our camping buddies stopped by Saturday afternoon on their way home and joined us for dinner.
A trip out west is being planned for next April so the planners in our group have already started working out the farthest point and the route out. They just love to plan trips whether they are short or long.
... but our vegatarian friend got that. Our plate was a metal platter the size of one you would put a Thanksgiving turkey on and the steak and fries filled it up. We were a little disappointed in it though because everyone's was a little tough. Guess we should have gone for the better cuts of meat.
... would end up back in Tallahassee but we finally made it and saw some great back country. We were surprised to see a grove of olive trees.
The park is gorgeous and we compare it to a Corp park because it is so well maintained. It is on the Altamaha River (not the campground though). We are 8 miles north of Hazelhurst and 20 miles south of Vidalia. We are told that we are 14 miles from a Walmart.
... Please check them out. They are beautiful.
The trail ends at an old farm. We turned around there and completed our hike back to camp on the paved road. We did nearly five miles and both of us were a bit tired, but in better condition now. Getting back into shape is a slow process, but well worth the effort.
After we had a late lunch, we drove back to the Trading Post, which is at the entrance to the park. We got the free ...