I was asked on the Harley forum to show some maps.  Here are three of the maps day one two & three.  
I do have HD GPX maps but depending on your settings these can differ.  All of these are Google so
you can even zoom in to street view to check things out more and modify for your own trip.
st. Mary's ga
Labor Day Weekend Trip 2014
Stops at Jekyll Island, Fernandian
Beach
Riverview hotel
Lang's  Marina
Restaurant
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Monday morning was here, Marcia and I were walking around taking some last minute pictures, Marcia asked if we had to leave, told her yes but
St. Mary’s Labor Day Weekend 8/30/2014 (53 photos on Facebook above)
Always ready for a little road trip and this one was just right. St. Mary’s is only about 2 hours away from us. Of course we took the long way there
with a lot of back roads. Never went on US 17 and Interstate 95 on the way up. We enjoyed the ride. As you get closer to the Historic area there is
a liquor store on the right which we made a quick stop at. Then we proceeded to our hotel, Riverview Hotel, we have stayed here before. I like
those old hotels with a lot of history.
The weather was great, so after checking in and a cold drink, and a change of shoes we were off exploring. There is too much history to write
about it here. We did check out the Orange House, then back across the street to the welcome center and they had some neat exhibits there, one
was about radios.
The temperature was on the high side, but we still walked to their big cemetery, a lot of history there. We did see one tombstone with the last
name Comeau on it which had us thinking of Andrea our buddy in Nova Scotia. We walked around took in the sights and then it was time to eat.
Earlier we ate lunch at Shark Bites and figured we would with dinner there too. We knew they had a couple big screen TVs and the Gator game
was going to be on soon unfortunately due to weather it was postponed. So we went back to our hotel and sat facing the road and river up stairs
on the veranda.

We did have a nice breeze coming off of the river, and had a good time cutting up and talking about tomorrows ride. Sunday morning, breakfast,
where to eat? Not too many places in the historic district, but just down the street within walking distance is Cedar Oak Café. I had the biscuit
with sausage gravy it was great. Now time to check out Jekyll Island which is only about 50 or so miles up the road.
We did have a nice breeze coming off of the river, and had a good time cutting up and talking about tomorrows ride. Sunday morning, breakfast,
where to eat? Not too many places in the historic district, but just down the street within walking distance is Cedar Oak Café. I had the biscuit
with sausage gravy it was great. Now time to check out Jekyll Island which is only about 50 or so miles up the road.
Just isn't right $6.00 to get on that island, what is not right that is the same price with a car with 7 people in it, but also the price for each
motorcycle. The island is nice not very big. We headed to the fishing center and checked out the pier there. After taking in the sights it was time
to move on, and for once I caught a deer in our video while riding. After lunch we went over that damn bridge to Brunswick, and to the Harley
shop (someone stole one of the custom screw for the seat on one of the bikes). Then we headed back home no interstate just enjoying the ride.
That night we ate at Riverside Café, I filled up with the captain’s platter, it was good. Then back to our hotel on the balcony kicking back.
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