Days Inn Jesup
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... concluded it sounds like loose ball baring's... or something of the sort. So rather than risk driving further, we decided to get a mechanic referral from Jeff's dad and we drove straight there to see what "the noise" was.
We pulled into the "Thrift Garage"... still in Hinesville, GA and had them confirm the diagnosis. The AC compressor baring's were on the fritz. We decided not to risk it and agreed to extend our GA stay one more day and ...
... spend the night with Jeff's dad, brother and sister. We had a great drive up (albeit all of the on-going road construction, which had me a nervous wreck before daybreak!) and arrived with no issues... well, ALMOST no issues.
We were greeted in the road by Jeffs dad on a riding mower so that he could guide us into the driveway and through the trees. (see pic) We parked ...
... night. The cabin had been made by his grandfather in the late 1800s and the floors were all crooked and the building was really old but it was pretty awesome. The water on site was sulphuric so although it was totally clean and good to drink, it smelled like the strongest rotten egg smell you could ever imagine. Showering was a little tricky with that stench but luckily it was a great shower so it evened out. The night was quiet and warm so we slept ...
It's almost 8:45pm & we're in GA. We've made some new friends & learned a lot about train travel already. The train is nice, roomy & quiet. Apparently Amtrak subsidizes it's fares by cranking up the AC & then selling blankets!!! We're enjoying the trip so far & can't wait to get into the City tomorrow! We're due to arrive at 2:30pm & then look out Big Apple...here we ...
... of stuff. NZ doesn't have the range of vege greens that we’ve been sampling – kale, collards, mustard greens, turnip greens, all yummy and interesting – maybe a market opportunity?
Then roll on down the road; the beat going on, and on, long straight roads through flat lands, but still running through forests, they have been almost continuous, down the length of this eastern part of the country. We’ve driven ...