Friday, March 29 – We continued our trip to Augusta, GA, this morning. Morning rush hour was no problem in Montgomery, AL. We sailed right through. Eventually, we were faced with the “ever popular” driving around Atlanta. We took the 285 by-pass with no problem until we tried to merge on I-20 East. YIKES! We were in stop-and-go traffic for 45 minutes creeping along with several lanes ending and merging required. We finally reached the I-20 interchange which was under heavy construction and what did we find? Three lanes had to merge into one lane to get around a huge water main break. Guess they hit it during the construction. What a mess.
Once on I-20, we sailed right along to Augusta. It turned out to be a long day with the traffic delays, construction, and losing an hour when we crossed into the Eastern Time Zone.
We eventually reached our destination, Heritage RV Park. We've stayed here several times while visiting Paul's brother. It is a very nice park and getting nicer. They are in the middle of some renovations. We are in site #39. It's a gravel site with a concrete patio. They have good internet reception, gravel streets, and some grass between sites. The sites may be a little close but we'll manage. We have a fence on our left side so no neighbors there.
Saturday, March 31 – We spent Friday night and most of Saturday visiting with John. We had dinner with John, Karen and John's son, Ryan, Holly and the boys. We have been having a wonderful time.
Paul and John got to be kids again and color eggs for the Easter day egg hunt.
Thanks for stopping by. Hope to see y'all back real soon. Have a great day!