Super 8 Tallapoosa
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Monday morning - not feeling the most fittest person on the planet.
That has been one big week.
Said our farewells and did our flag swap - our Aussie flag for a Southern Carolina flag with our new friends.
Packed up and headed towards Atlanta and found this very quiet campground only 1 mile from the I20. It was called Cane 9 Campground and it is dog friendly. Pulled up and caught up on some snooze time.
After breakfast, we packed and cleaned the condo for our departure. We provided negative comments to the management about our condo. Underwear had been left behind by a previous tenant, electrical outlets did not work, batteries on the remote controls needed to be replaced, etc.
We left at 9 AM and had ...
We did not get up early today. We did the water aerobics again today and spent part of the morning by the pool. We watched a movie. Joan read, Carol cross stitched, Peggy and Linda stayed longer at the pool.
Ruth visited with us at dinner time after her travels for the day.
We left my sister Linda's house at 9:00 AM for our drive to Villa Rica, GA. My sisters drove for about 2 hours each (it was a 7 hour drive), and I navigated. Usually I can depend on the Garmin. Whoops! Something happened to the Garmin, and there was no picture for most of the trip. I had to really watch the road. ...
... out of MS on I 22. The first half of the drive was SO easy. So easy that I was wondering if a disaster had hit the area and I was the only person left alive to drive the freeway. The traffic was waiting for me as I neared Birmingham. Even on a Saturday, getting through B and staying on I 22 was a bit of a challenge, and the roads were fairly bumpy. AL becomes more hilly as I head East, crossing numerous rivers and through Taladega National ...