Super 8 Brunswick/St Simons Island
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So everyone left on the 7 week tour, & I'm manning the fort... Doodle went under a dresser & got in a sticky rat trap - at least we know who the rat is around here! I have no idea where the rat trap ended up... Pi brought in a flower in a pot from outside before she left, so I dealt with the ant family... All the trash cans & recycle bins are full. There ...
Travel day today, 5 1/2 - 6 hours. Went over a bridge that was named after Harriet Tubman. Kyler learned about her in school and memorized a poem about her and he was excited to be able to recite the whole poem, thank you miss Harris!! Stopped at Costco in savannah, gotta restock! The campground is beautiful, completely shaded and we have a 60 foot site. Can even start a fire... Yeah right. Hot and humid here. We were surprised. Haha. Looking forward to going to the ...
We have left the state of Florida and will not be back until November. We stopped in Georgia for a few days so we could visit Jekyll Island and play some golf. The weather was overcast and it rained a little but we got 18 holes in, and yes Debbie beat ...
... campers. It's amazing how many people sell their homes, buy motor homes, and spend years traveling. One couple were in their 80's and for the last 3 years have stayed permanently in this campground. Prior to that, they had spent many years traveling to every state. He had some interesting stories of traveling through and surviving tornado's, storms, mountains etc.
Toured the old town of Fernandina Beach and then cruised ...
... National Monument preserves the sight of an early fort. This fort was constructed between 1736 and 1739. General Oglethorpe - remember him? - used this fort to hold off a large Spanish invasion in 1740. He also used the fort as a jumping off post from which to explore Florida. The fort suffered a large fire in 1743 in which the magazine blew up. In 1743 General Oglethorpe also returned to England, never to return to ...