Monday, March 26, 2007

All aboard!

I accompanied a friend and her daughter on an overnight school trip to Cordele, Georgia, which is about three and a half hours from Richmond Hill. In Cordele we boarded a S.A.M. (Savannah, Americus and Montgomery) train for a sightseeing trip to Jimmy Carter's childhood home in Plains, Georgia, as well as the Habitat for Humanity museum.

We saw lots of blossoms--wisteria, dogwood and azaleas--from what must have been old home sites. The train ride was lots of fun and comfortable, and evoked the image of traveling on the Polar Express!

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