Monday, March 27, 2017

Georgia


We weren’t able to get a Welcome to Georgia sign as we were on a small county road when when crossed over. As you can see by our pictures, we tend to stay off of interstate highways as we can see more of the countryside. Well, this time my iPhone and the GPS did not agree at all, and we took some smaller roads, but paved. Georgia brings more timber, more farming, more red soil and more spring blooms.

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We were suppose to cross this railroad track. It was so steep, I can’t imagine how much we’d scrape if we did. Luckily there was another road we could take beside the tracks and cross it about a block away that was level. http://followusinourtravels.blogspot.com/ 
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 We also went to Jarrell Plantation in Georgia and stayed at Wildwood Park in Georgia. I have done separate blog posts for them.

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