Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
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... National POW Museum was outstanding. I drove through the cemetery briefly before making my way south to Plains, Georgia and the Jimmy Carter NHS, less than a half-hour away, where I learned about the rural upbringing of the future President and his wife (including their influential school teacher who told her handful of students to do their best "in case you become President ...
... and the husband of the other survived.
Interesting note: There were gangs of criminals within the camp who robbed from, terrorized, and murdered other prisoners. They were called The Raiders. Other prisoners organized and worked with guards to arrest and court martial them. Some were returned to the prison by being forced to “running the gauntlet” back in. Six were found guilty of capital crimes and hanged. ...
... when new, more efficient pools and therapy center was built. The entire facility, Roosevelt Warm Spring, is now owned and operated by the Georgia Department of Labor’s Division of Rehabilitation Services and is used for persons with disabilities of all types.
Interesting note: FDR spent 2/3 of his personal fortune building the Warm Springs pools and therapy center.
... But church parking lots seem to be full.
Our first stop is Plains High School. There is a lot of space devoted to Miss Julia Coleman who taught both Jimmy and Rosalynn for several grades in this school that was 7-12 grades. There is a room set up as a classroom with small desks, medium desks, and large desks to accommodate children in various grades. Carter credits her with planting seeds for ...
... of pine needles below them all along the highway. The grass is a little greener.
We cross into Georgia and almost immediately there is a change. Some farm fields are a carpet of bright green (alfalfa or wheat???) Some fields have cattle and horses. One even had some donkeys. We got a good laugh when I call a miniature horse a "toy horse". Oh, well—whatever word works!
Trees are beginning to flower. Bright redbuds light ...