Blueberry Plantation and Inn
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a happy customer

Blackshear, GA

#21 Mar 4, 2012
have visted the inn many times under the new management, and all i have to say is that the new crew was nothing but spectactular, the food was amazing and the atmosphere was very laid back. far as i say, the inns back and better than ever....
almanian

Blackshear, GA

#22 Mar 5, 2012
concerned wrote:
Does anyone on here actually know the employees of the inn? White trash that live together and work together.Maybe with better employees that werent known for sleeping around and causing drama it might would actually be nice to visit but i wont be taking my husband around the waitresses there to get a piece of ass or drugs
ok. concerned: first all maybe you need to look in the mirror, statistics show that people who try to make someone else look bad, its typically because they are jealous. and the date doesnt suggest you had a happy christmas to have all that hate in your heart. I will have you know, i actually do know all the employees at the inn and i also know that they happen to be great people, i think it takes a strong team to do what them 5 people do, after all, how many did the inn employ before? and maybe if you weren't so busy trying to down someone who is apparently doing better than yourself then maybe you wouldnt have to be worried about your husband looking for affection somewhere else.
hdh

Waycross, GA

#23 Sep 25, 2012
My brother in law and I played golf there a couple of times in early 2011 cause he knew the owner. I've never had the food. To say the golf course was in "fair" shape would be generous. If they spent money to have that mess of a course we played on,........they should get their money back. To top it off, the grounds crew have NO idea about golf rules and etiquette. They make as much noise as possible while your taking your shot. There are no signs or path indicating where the next hole is.....We had never played that course and even skipped a hole because of the lack of signage..........Maybe it's different now........
knowsall

United States

#24 Sep 25, 2012
hdh wrote:
My brother in law and I played golf there a couple of times in early 2011 cause he knew the owner. I've never had the food. To say the golf course was in "fair" shape would be generous. If they spent money to have that mess of a course we played on,........they should get their money back. To top it off, the grounds crew have NO idea about golf rules and etiquette. They make as much noise as possible while your taking your shot. There are no signs or path indicating where the next hole is.....We had never played that course and even skipped a hole because of the lack of signage..........Maybe it's different now........
I think that if you played it now you would have a diffewrent opinion
Voice Of Reason

Jesup, GA

#25 Sep 25, 2012
hdh wrote:
My brother in law and I played golf there a couple of times in early 2011 cause he knew the owner. I've never had the food. To say the golf course was in "fair" shape would be generous. If they spent money to have that mess of a course we played on,........they should get their money back. To top it off, the grounds crew have NO idea about golf rules and etiquette. They make as much noise as possible while your taking your shot. There are no signs or path indicating where the next hole is.....We had never played that course and even skipped a hole because of the lack of signage..........Maybe it's different now........
Sounds like you had too many shots of something because a blind man could find the next tee box,and because of your dress the ground crew may have thought you were part of another ground crew!!!

Since: Jul 11

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#26 Sep 25, 2012
I back that, the course is in very good shape now and ALOT of changes have been made. There are GPS systems on every single cart that goes out on the course at Blueberry Plantation so it would be hard to NOT be able to find the next hole. Go play at Blueberry and I really believe you will have a different opinion than you did in 2011. :)
hdh

Waycross, GA

#27 Sep 25, 2012
They did have the GPS back then..I think. We were a little slow figuring out the GPS. Just a defined cart path would be nice. And to the voice of reason..My socks cost more than your orange jumpsuit. I worked on the grounds crew at laura walker back in the 90s...didn't matter to me who was shooting...I knew when to shut my mouth and my work cart...

Red Raider.. I think we went at a bad time cause a lot of the greens were being aerated and were bumpy as VOR's head.
Voice Of Reason

Jesup, GA

#28 Sep 25, 2012
hdh wrote:
They did have the GPS back then..I think. We were a little slow figuring out the GPS. Just a defined cart path would be nice. And to the voice of reason..My socks cost more than your orange jumpsuit. I worked on the grounds crew at laura walker back in the 90s...didn't matter to me who was shooting...I knew when to shut my mouth and my work cart...
Red Raider.. I think we went at a bad time cause a lot of the greens were being aerated and were bumpy as VOR's head.
I cant believe you even wear socks, but they say your t shirt was cool.
hdh

Waycross, GA

#29 Sep 25, 2012
Voice Of Reason wrote:
<quoted text>I cant believe you even wear socks, but they say your t shirt was cool.
At least I wore a shirt. By the way, them crocs you wearin must sure make it hard to work that shovel and pick.
Voice Of Reason

Jesup, GA

#30 Sep 25, 2012
hdh wrote:
<quoted text>
At least I wore a shirt. By the way, them crocs you wearin must sure make it hard to work that shovel and pick.
WE PLAY EVERY WED, SAT, AND SUNDAY @1 SO BRING YOUR VOLT CLUBS,WAL-MART SHIRT,K-MART SHOES,WILSON BALLS,AND JOHN DEERE CAP AND MEET WITH US ONE DAY, BUT"PLEASE DONT WEAR THAT PINK T SHIRT"
hdh

Waycross, GA

#31 Sep 25, 2012
That one WAS funny. Yall play at Alma Blueberry?
hey vor

Waycross, GA

#33 Oct 19, 2013
been tryin to find you every satrday....ready for ya whoopin yet?
voice of reason

Jesup, GA

#34 Oct 22, 2013
hey vor wrote:
been tryin to find you every satrday....ready for ya whoopin yet?
Still have that pink shirt and wilson balls??
hey vor

Waycross, GA

#35 Dec 5, 2013
voice of reason wrote:
<quoted text> Still have that pink shirt and wilson balls??
Tell ya what, if you got any equity left in your overpriced pick up, go down and see if they'll loan ya a thousand to bet. I'll even let ya slide fer bout half them drops you don't count anyway. Better bring ya putter tho....no 4' gimmes like usual. Bring ya cleats, gloves, purty little undersize shirt, and whatever else ya think makes ya look good. I'll beat cha wit four worn out clubs.
Just me

Alma, GA

#36 Dec 6, 2013
The Inn is moving in the right direction. They have a local boy coming in as general manager who has been running the golf and country club in Ware County. Expecting good things out of this kid
hey vor

Waycross, GA

#37 Dec 6, 2013
Just me wrote:
The Inn is moving in the right direction. They have a local boy coming in as general manager who has been running the golf and country club in Ware County. Expecting good things out of this kid
I agree. We played there a few months back and most every hole was in great shape. Driving range might a little suspect.
hey vor

Waycross, GA

#38 Dec 17, 2013
Cmon VOR, just one round...You can hit from the red tees like you normally would.

Since: Mar 11

Suomi, ga.

#39 Dec 18, 2013
The restaurant had a professional Chef, college of culinary arts graduate, who had worked and studied in France in order to learn French cuisine. He was a head chef at a major restaurant in Atlanta for many years that he could have returned to at any time. He was a consultant to the organizers of Elements in Lyons and where he worked as a chef for several years. If he had been given the job as Head Chef he could have made things more favorable towards the success of this restaurant. Instead he was just a cook.
I understand that he recently passed away but know no details. How sad!
hdh

Waycross, GA

#40 Sep 22, 2014
Still waiting VOR. I'll take plus ten to start. I really need your money. My maverick needs a fuel pump.
Mezzoe

Franklin, GA

#41 Oct 20, 2014
Jimmy wrote:
Concerned.........if he wants drugs or a piece, I doubt he would go to a restaurant to get it.
Well believe it or not peeps on most all the restaurants In alma I can get a piece of ass and drugs trust me I know it happened to one of my family members knows this at first hand their husbands screws the waitresses or the owners friends just keep it In mind

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