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Blessed to arrive safely in Atlanta, where it was 68 degrees! Had a scrumptious home-cooked dinner of shrimp and grits with my cousin Sandy, and her husband Terry. Will spend tomorrow with my sister before she escorts me to the airport. More when I arrive at LAX, Ca!
... get the dang fire started with the wet wood. And Andy spent most of his time trying to keep LG happy, which just wasn't going to happen.
For our first trip, I think it was great. We had absolutely no issues with the RV itself, I just think the park wasn't exactly what we thought it was going to be. Because of that, we probably won't be back to Stone Mountain, but we'll definitely be using The Beast every chance we get.
... together to head out and visit some friends and family up the east coast. The rest of this story might be best told, not chronologically, but in the polar reactions my puny human brain experienced during the next month in my homeland.
I headed to D.C. and NJ/NY and South Carolina to see family and friends and to take care of a few things. It was really great to see everyone in person. ...
... but a personal reason kept me from visiting this time through. So after we ate we climbed into the car and bypassed Atlanta, rolling straight for Nashville, Tennessee. However, the roll came to a complete stop when the electronic signs overhead the interstate advised travelers of an accident ahead of the merging ramp to Marietta. Thankfully it was not us in the accident, even if it meant idling in the overcast Georgia heat behind the exhaust of semi trucks ...
... the floor that Supplier Relations is on. We also had a very unique tour of the Data Center. This location is where BCD houses many of its servers. It was incredible to see how secure and strategically planned the room is. Tom, our guide, did a great job of explaining why the room was set up the way it was and also explained the importance of the servers. It is mind boggling to think that so much data, information, and programs are stored into one ...