The DH was working near Cordele GA for a couple weeks back in the 90s. As he finished up his work, the local fellow helping him told him that Former President Carter in nearby Plains GA loved to cook breakfast for visitors and offered to take him over. The DH was anxious to get home though so didn't take him up on his offer. With security issues and all I have my doubts that he'd actually have been able to sit down to breakfast with Jimmy but it sure would have been neat. I think he was probably one of the most caring and decent people to have served as President even if he wasn't deemed to be one of the most effective. Thank you for the virtual tour of the Carter Museum and Plains.
Thanks for showing up your travels. I remember reading Andersonville, by Mackinley Kantor, in high school and it was sobering then as it is now viewing your photos of the area.
It looks like you had the Jimmy Carter Museum all to yourselves. I remember when he was on his Snake River trip and hooked a dry fly in his ear, while fly fishing. His fishing partner, the doctor assigned to him, just cut the barb off, pulled the hook out, put a bandage on it and they continued fishing. Pretty down to earth guy.
... because it devides the densely populated upscale destinaton of Destin from an almost primitive section of the Gulf Island National Sea Shore
Many times we took our grandson and some of my military friends grandchildren to an area on the west side of this bridge to play and swim..
In the extreme heat of summer days the area under the bridge is a great place to swim in the shade... the fish know it too. A snorkle and mask keeps the kids happy... the tides bring new things to explore (and sometimes a jelly fish)