Observations from this week:
2327 miles in 4 days should satisfy any craving for a road trip for a while.
Georgia and Kentucky maintain their roads pretty well, Tennessee not so much.
Based on skid marks and the dented up guardrails, Tennessee has some pretty lousy drivers.
Deer are committing suicide on the highways at an alarming rate....
Someone at the Missouri DOT has a great sense of humor.
Going 85 between Chattanooga TN and Macon GA will keep you from getting run over; but south of Macon it will get you a ticket (not me).
Unadilla GA does not have a HOME OF MYRON MIXON sign at the city limits.
I'm pretty sure there is someone putting random mile marker signs on the state highways in Georgia.
Say what you want about the "Southerners" but they know what turn signals are and THEY USE THEM!
Truck stops hate diesel pickups.
Blueberry plants look like waist high shrubs and peanut fields look like some kind of ground cover, except in rows.
If you're tempted to try a fried pie from a convenience store, ask WHEN if was cooked first.
Traffic is pretty light going through Atlanta at 4 a.m.
A Ram 2500 with a Cummins motor will pull a 8,000# trailer through the Appalachian Mountains like a champ.
Said trailer tows very nice, and be prepared to have people want to talk about your new trailer at fuel stops.
Tracy and crew at Southern Dimensions Trailers are good folk that want their customers to be happy.
What a beautiful day to come out to Udall Fall Festival!! There is dunk tank, carnival, car show, many great booths and activities!
While you are here stop by and have some Award Winning Naughty Nurses BBQ- we have ribs, brisket and pork while it lasts! Festival lasts til 5 pm
As the sun comes up we (meaning Kristi) are hard at work preparing another delicious lunch for the athletes who are competing today at the Scottish Highlands Games.