River's Edge Motel
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... to bloom. This wildlife refuge has an extensive series of "trails" that are all on the water. Canoe, kayak or motor boat. Definitely NO SWIMMING!
The water is really black and kind of eerie. Would not want to be in this swamp at night. Enjoy the photos. ...
... s believe it or not" amusements. The only reason we stopped was to sample moonshine, made from corn like the good old days (easy to hide illegal distilleries in the smoky mountains). They had at least 10 different flavours ranging from apple pie (20% alcohol) to genuine corn moonshine (50% alcohol, slightly higher than the white ...
... of poisonous snakes we just read about in the visitor center. After everyone calmed down we climbed the 158 steps and short hike up to see Mingo Falls. It was beautiful and definitely worth the climb.
We headed back to our campground to do some more fishing and cook our dinner over the fire. Caleb still didn't have any luck, we just had hot dogs!
1. Thursday and Friday – February 21 &22. We left Jekyll Island and headed down 95 to exit 3 in GA. The roads we took to get over to the east side of the Okefenokee Swamp were out in the country and not a place you want to break down. A number of trucks travel this road many of them carrying lumber heading to the paper mill down near St. George, GA. You have to drive down the east side then into Florida and back up the ...
... was crazy wasn't it?" "Yeah, I can't believe we came that close to a bear!"
Not 10 minutes later, I turn a corner and utter the following phrase with more calm than I thought possible when using these particular words:
"****. There's a ******* bear on the trail."
This caused Tory to chuckle heartily. The bear was between 20-30 meters away. I got the camera from Tory and snapped 2 quick pictures at 16x zoom before ...