Last leg

All the way into ATL, the light-up signs warned of snow-terror!

Today found us on the road, making the final trek into ATL, mostly avoiding I-75, instead following routes that took us west of Lake Cumberland and east of Chattanooga (oh, darn, we missed Chattanooga). Awaiting us in the northern suburbs of ATL: snow on the ground (and dry roads). Yup, a few airborne flakes, too!

Right now it’s bitterly cold in Michigan, so homebound seems great (wise, even!), although already we can anticipate the irrational “city paralyzed!” situation common to the South under these weather conditions…. Trust me, many churches will cancel services tomorrow, while the sun will blaze and almost all roads will be passable, even at 6 am (long before parishioners will be on the road)….


  1. kayak woman says:

    Drove to Siberia today. Snow until 15 miles north of A2. *beautiful* blue skies and bone-dry roads until Graying. Heavy, blowing lake-effect snow through until about, oh, Injun River. NOT good driving. Clear until bridge. BEAUTIFUL above bridge until about 15 miles south of Siberia. Then it all went south again. 1 degree here but beautiful. Back home tomorrow.

    Sincerely yours, Boomerang Woman

  2. Sammy says:

    Drive safely!