Georgia Plantations and More

Georgia Plantations and More

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Start Date: Sunday, March 8, 2020           Start Location: Rutledge, Georgia
Stop Date: Tuesday, March 24, 2020      Stop Location: Blakely, Georgia

Total Number of Nights: 17
Number of Stops: 5

Leaders: Winston & Carol Montague #807
Carol  850 212-3726, Winston  850 491-7444
Mailing address:   Winston & Carol Montague
                                3958 Meandering Lane
                                Tallahassee, FL 32308

Maximum RV Units/with Leaders: 20
Kitty Fee w/2: est. $1,700
Kitty Fee w/1: est. $1,400
Deposit Amount: $200

Please send deposit of $200 made out to WBCCI National Caravan
            To Carol Montague  3958 Meandering Lane  Tallahassee, FL 32308
Date Balance Due: of Payment:  10//1/2019
Cancellation fee: $100 plus non-refundable reservations after 9/1/2019
Leader’s discretion after 1/1/2020

Have you ever visited a Southern plantation? This short caravan will introduce you to Southwest Georgia and its plantations. You will learn about the life on a plantation and visit different types of plantations – from those owned by the wealthy to those owned by people trying to eke out a living for their family. Also you will be introduced to what is happening at current day plantations – research and hunting preserves.  You will also do much MORE – visit the Uncle Remus museum, tour two homes, see a plantation country store museum, dry camp at an old country store in operation for 90 years, consume some of their famous sausage and smoked pork chops, attend a folk-life play and have an opportunity for much MORE.

The caravan begins near Madison, GA at Hard Labor Creek State Park, one of 3 state parks we will visit. Our first meal will be some fine Southern eating at the famous Blue Willow Inn in Social Circle, Ga. Our final stop will be at Kolomoki Mounds State Park and will end with the final banquet at a present day quail plantation where we will have a sampling of quail and a pig roast as well as an opportunity to shoot skeet and see the hunting dogs that are trained there.

Come enjoy some new places, eat good Southern food and enjoy some Southern Hospitality. At the end of the caravan you may wish to continue the 75 miles to Havana, Florida and join the Big Bend Florida Club at their Havana Mainstreet National Rally beginning Thursday, March 26 and ending Sunday, March 29.