Relax Inn Guin
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... trees in the Firefly Loop; stayed in Yellow Hammer to get satellite. What a great campground--paved sites with grass, picnic table, woods all around. Managers of this loop are Kala and Don, wonderful people! Brought brochures and sat at the table with us discussing things to do in the area.
Nice trail between the two campground loops, which ...
Mississippi is most beautiful in the spring. When I remember being a kid there, I can almost remember the smell of spring. It smells like honeysuckle and fresh cut grass. One mission pressing on my heart so often in the spring is sharing how it feels where I grew up. There's not another memory of my childhood that I'd like to share more. So we are off to catch fireflies, wish on shooting stars, ...
Ok firstly sorry for being slack on this blog lately life has definately slowed down since arriving in Debham Springs but never the less I should be keeping my close friends and family in touch with what i'm doing.
So the same weekend I went to the zoo I was also taken by a friend to a place called "Myrtles Plantation". Type this into you tube or google and have a little read it is labelled as the most haunted place in America. ...
Uncle Mort's is the place to be for breakfast. People go there just for the sugar cured and smoked ham, to tote away by the hock. Little did I expect I'd get a stack of pancakes with a birthday candle flaming on the top. "I'll bring you a candle, but I won't sing," said the waitress as she plopped it down. ...
... a pasture stretches over hills, a few cows here and there. I step up on the porch. Sis and Sarah, never been to one another's house, and only 60 miles apart. But here am I, come three thousand miles, to see them both. Connect the families, draw the line between the dots, keep in touch. It's the past we have in common, grandpa Andrew, he's the one we share. And he died so many years ago! Strange what blood can do. Sarah meets me at the door, leaning on a cane. She's stooped, ...