Let’s just say that Macon, Georgia is worth a visit. For us for so many years, it was a location to pass by on I-75 when going from here to there. Then just recently we realized that the Ocmulgee Mounds site was immediately adjacent to the site. We booked a campsite for two nights at the Forsyth KOA Journey so we could enjoy a day at that national park then realized there’s so many Things to Do in Macon. Upon the advice of Ray who we met at Congaree, we decided that we should at least fit in a meal at. need link. H&H Soul Food. Wow! We are so glad we did. We were attracted to it because of the role of the founders in the history of The Allman Brothers Band. The artwork adorning the exterior and interior of the restaurant is a tribute to the Southern Rock explosion that centered in Macon. And the food is delicious our Ramblin’ Man and Red Dog were delicate Southern Biscuits dressed with foods such as fried chicken, collard greens, red eye gravy, smoked brisket, and all sorts of yummy Southern tastes. Not only that, the atmosphere is friendly. It was not long before we were deep into conversation with Jeany, a solo traveler at the next table comparing notes on Macon opportunities. She was doing a self-guided walking tour. We were well cared for KeKe and we loved our conversation with Kayla. We will return for a longer visit in the Macon area and can’t wait for another great meal at H&H. Back at the campground we enjoyed large flock of geese flying overhead as we got out our chairs and enjoyed a bit of a propane campfire.

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  1. Susan Eiswerth

    You two are the best Soul -Food -Mates!

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  2. Ray Davis

    I’m delighted to follow your journey following your visit to Congaree NP and participating in our Owl Prowl. I’m glad that you like Macon and Ocmulgee…and I’m glad I shared the tip on H&H with you! I’m just back from Saguaro NP in Tucson. Will reach out to you ASAP. For now, back to CNP for my Thursday shift!

    Ray Davis
    Volunteer
    Congaree National Park

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