|Debi photographs displays at the Visitors Center, Photo © by Judy Wells.|
|Lobby of the Windsor Hotel, Photo © by Debi Lander.|
While enjoying lunch at Little Brothers - their pecan muffins are to die for but don't; eat them instead - hotel manager Sharad Patel told more about the hotel.
Then it was off to Habitat for Humanity's Global Village.
|Start of walk through sub-standard housing, Photo by @ by Debi Lander.|
After a brief introduction we headed out into the muggy, mid-afternoon Georgia heat and into examples of how the poor around the world, including the U.S.A., live.
|House designed to withstand the earthquakes and hurricanes of Haiti. Photo © by Debi Lander.|
|House designed for Papua, New Guinea. Photo © by Debi Lander.|
|Main street, Plains. Photo © by Judy Wells.|
Guided by the handsome Park rangers there, we
|Trying to look presidential. Don't think we made it.|
|The Carters' church. Photo © by Judy Wells.|
|Carter family farm. Photo ©by Debi Lander.|
|Flowers and butterflies thrive in Rosalynn's garden, Photo © by Debi Lander.|
|Young Jimmy slept here. Photo © by Debi Lander.|
|Georgia farms, windmills and tennis courts aren't usually seen together. Photo © by Debi Lander.|
Then it was back to "downtown" Plains for a taste of the peanut butter soft-serve ice cream created by Bobby Salter at Plain Peanuts. If you want to see how many ways peanuts can be marketed, that is the place to go.
|Plain Peanuts is in the old Carter store. Photo © by Debi Lander.|
Sated with peanuts and up to the end of our patience with bothersome gnats, we hit the road back to Albany, where it was eat pizza, pack and prepare to get on with our invasion of Georgia.
- Post by Judy Wells