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... combo to share and were showed up by the three yocals behind us who ordered a 24 piece bucket and party sized mashed potatoes #'MURICA. It was then on to Tennessee where we stopped in Knoxdale at a place called Shuck to do an Oyster Shooter comprised of Jack Daniels, Tabasco, and an oyster. Steph struggled to keep it down but thoroughly enjoyed the ...
... felt a calling to the Motherland knew we needed a trip there. Pulling into their drive the whole 'free range pig' concept became abundantly clear. We soon discovered that the never go over 3 pigs per acre and the pigs live in the woods roaming free. They almost seemed like pets to the owner but we were not so attached that we refused a bacon sandwich to wake us up.
The next farm was called Bethel Trails Farm and we were met by ...
Tue, May 21, 2013
Departure: Kissimmee, Florida
Arrival: Tifton, Georgia
Travel Time: 6 hours
As the son sinks slowly in his mother's arms, we say goodbye to Walt Disney World and head north toward Nashville, Tennessee, and the Grand Ole Opry.
That might have been a bit dramatic. Actually, I'm theme-parked out and ready for ...
... for their cat. Finally, we just offered to give them Poots. Still an emphatic no. Oh well.
Rained like pouring tea out of a boot last night. A real frog strangler and still coming down as we departed. So much for warm sunny weather.
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Don't change that ...
... was full of swallowtails.
Dewey City is one mile west of the center of Thomasville, is home to the Black American History Museum, and features some interesting old buildings. Thomasville itself is full of historic homes and buildings, many of which are quite beautiful. The Big Oak is Thomasville's oldest and most cherished landmark; the limb span of the great oak is 165 feet and ...