Days Inn Milledgeville
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A quick blog today. I will add to when I have more time. At this stage all I will say is that we are late in due to horrendous traffic on various interstates. It has been very hot and humid so need a drink and some food. I will catch up with you ...
... like camouflage clothing. Riverwood has only one of these that I am aware of. By Knoxville I was driving again and we witnessed an accident on the lanes of the other direction that had the police officer driving against the traffic to reach it.
Goergia always makes itself known with the large number of billboards. We stopped at the Welcome Centre for hotel discount coupons and decided to try for Macon again. We have stayed ...
... embarrassed. Shame on you, paradise.
I finally outran the conveyor belt and crossed over the Florida-Georgia line. At some point Jessica had joined me in the drive and was eager to jump out of the car to get gas and stretch. I ran inside to use the bathroom. While I used the facilities, two middle-aged women in separate stalls next to me animatedly discussed bear hunting. While waiting behind them to wash my hands one of the women giddily asked the ...
... morning today. Headed for the laundromat and did up a couple of loads, then went adventuring. Went to the mounds at Ocmulgee National Monument and had a great visit. Good museum and video, amazing gathering mound with chief's circle, and visits to outside of funeral and other mounds. A bit of a walk for me through the river / backwater area with herons and egrets. Then it was on to the Fish and Pig for a great supper. Back to the camp early for some quiet time. A great ...
... good luck at this border crossing for places to stop. This was going to be the start of our ascent to the highest point of the trip and the Highway Patrol had issued a fog advisory on 1620 AM radio for the next 30 miles. So we took advantage of the first exit to Jellico and ate our tuna sandwiches outside a gas station. The fog was not too bad and certainly did not last the 30 miles but it spoiled the scenic views of this part of the highway. I ...