Thursday, October 04, 2012

Observations from Georgia

I am in Macon, Georgia for a few days and then I am headed down to Jekyll Island. Thus far, I have observed a few things of interest:
  1. People in Georgia do not know how to drive. I know people think this about most places they visit, but it seems to be a road race down here with no rules or regards for even lines between lanes.
  2. I have been called ma'am more times today than in my whole life combined.
  3. Cops. Cops everywhere. I appreciate the sense of security but they seemed to be tucked behind a group of trees every 2-3 miles. Apparently the folks in #1 don't care.

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