Days Inn Donalsonville
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Woke up to drizzelin rain, again, but it soon quit and I was able to unhook without getting wet. Off I went southbound and down on good ol Hwy 65. The winds were light, the traffic so, so and I had some mellow music on the radio and the time passed quickly.
Pretty road, great scenery, nice rivers and pretty soon I was rolling into Birmingham. A couple of years ago I flew into Birmingham, rented a car and drove down to Thomaston AL. In the ...
... and the "open" sign was no longer illuminated.
I made casual mention that we must have bought the last tickets. Soon a park ranger showed up and announced that power was out in the whole park and most of the town.
Apparently they have one main power pole that someone decided to run a truck into.
The ranger explained that the caves lighting would be out and that we would be taking a flashlight tour instead of the normal tour. This ended up being ...
... and Flint rivers converge to form Lake Seminole, the setting for our morning coffee and pancakes. While we were incredibly thankful for a warm place to shower, dress and eat, our draw towards the outdoors came through and soon we were cooing over the loons, admiring the clear waters and seeking out the nearest trail.
But Three Rivers was merely a convenient stop over and now it was time to really get moving. Westward ...
On the 25th we flew from Lima to Miami, and spent the weekend with Sergio, Damarys and Bella. Here is the front of their house. As you can see, they have a bit of a bug problem.
Here are some other photos of their beautiful ...
I am finally headed west again. It was sad to leave my friends here in Florida.
We had a great 6 days together, thanks to Mother Nature, I extended my stay 3 more days. I can understand why people snow bird to Florida. Although much more humidity than I am used to, 80 degree days and mid 60s at night ...