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... lots of relational capital!! My amazing brother Eric was able to work out a place for me to crash for the night with the Walker family in Snellville, GA. They have a beautiful home with guest rooms that are MUCH nicer than the hotel rooms I get on these types of trips! This morning, I got to spend time catching up with Sam & Taylor ...
... tickets from behind our heads, and in the end no conductor asked to see our tickets. PHEW Backpacks on drama over with we carry onto the tube, after a while being on the tube and a few guessing games as to who we thinks going Heathrow i decide to show ed my photos I had taken of my dog (charlie) he politely pretends hes interested and tells me he is cute the tube has already stopped i look up to see where we are **** terminal ...
... at the best time of year. Coming out of Nashville, the road was alight with the yellows, ochres and reds of the changing leaves. It was almost hallucinogenic. Of course it was raining most of the day, but every now and then the sun would come out and I would have to stop.
The effect of traveling this manicured wonderland was that I lost sight of Mississippi. I could have been anywhere. I wanted to stay ...
... Natchez Trace is boring, I got spoiled by the Dragon and the Blue Ridge Parkway - WILD!! The Natchez Trace is a manicured pathway. A really smooth road with rolling hills, beautiful farms and planned forests. I only saw about seven actual roadside attractions and about 10 'nature' trails and I wasn't in the mood for walking in the woods today. So I rode and rode ...
... an hour later than check-out. Marc slept through his alarm and the snoozes he sleepily set up, I didn't even hear it go off. We didn't get a chance to shower or anything, but we decided to get a room as soon as we got into New Orleans, so that we could get settled in.
Off we went again, the creepy hotel behind us as we headed south to the Louisiana border.