ATL to the Cape. Girardeau, that is.

We started our day heading northwest out of Atlanta. We stopped at the Rail Tunnel, that first connected Atlanta to the north.

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All good things…

We had to go home eventually. I’ve wanted to go to Savannah since, like, forever. At least since Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.

We parked at one end and rode/walked to the other. Sightseeing and shopping.

The Mercer house.

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Catching up

I spent too much time in the last week doing to update this blog. I added several states to my map of places I’ve been with the Husband, I’ve been to places that have been on my list for decades, I ate a lot of shrimp and grits, and my basketball team beat Duke to get into the final four.

Best of all, I slept in my own bed last night.

More later, lovelies.

Birmingham to Hilton Head

We had even fewer stops, as we were running a little behind on our trip. But we had a good time nonetheless and are here!

It threatened to storm most of the way, but we didn’t get it too bad.

Our only stop was at the petting farm somewhere in Georgia. It’s a good scam, one of the few stops on the road, and if you buy some feed, you can hang out with the goats for a few minutes. They also have peacocks.

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