Historic Coalson Plantation & Inn

Address: 301 Showboat Lane, Thomasville, Georgia, 31792, United States | Ranch
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Location

This ranch, located on 301 Showboat Lane, Thomasville, is near Pebble Hill Plantation, Birdsong Nature Center, Thomas County Museum of History, and Lapham-Patterson House.
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Travel Blogs from Thomasville

Headed back

A travel blog entry by d4nnyboy on Dec 23, 2014

Our stay at the resort is over and it is time to head home. We spent $30 dollars on ice and some snacks to fill up the ice chest. Our first stop on the way back is Tallahassee. We will be taking the same route back that we took to come here. This stop was very quick, we just needed to get gas and are on our way again. The gas was ...

Florida

A travel blog entry by d4nnyboy on Dec 17, 2014

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... Two important cities- Orlando, Miami
Year of stateood- March 3 1845
State motto- In God We Trust
State flower- Orange Blossum
State bird- Northern Mockingbird

The Finale

A travel blog entry by surfapril15 on Dec 09, 2014

I just completed my Chem 2 final and finishing with a home run. I knew every single question on the exam except two which in the grand scheme doesn't compare to the 120 points. The final I was worried about most, is over with. I don't have to worry about chemistry. Its all done. I just keep saying that to myself because it feels weird to not have an irking feeling ...

The good, the bad, and the

A travel blog entry by irv2 on Aug 23, 2014

... Freon so that they could fill it to the proper amount. When they finished with it, they said it had too much Freon and had to take some out, but still had to charge me $165.00. Said the compressor was burned up, but they couldn't fix it. I paid the money and as we turned to walk out, he handed it back to us and said "have a good trip". How Great was That, ...

Black Friday. . .of Death

A travel blog entry by hammolaw on Nov 25, 2011

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When I awoke, the rabbits were already gnawing at the day's supply of carrots. The wolf, so polite during the Thansgiving meal the previous day, had already eaten Grandma and Grandpa rabbit, plus little baby Fifikins. That's when the Marines arrived, ...