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Old 09-04-2012, 03:45 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by Lesprivate View Post
We didn't see any reason for the traffic either

We had to stop for Ben to pee on the side of the road on the way home in Georgia, there was no rest areas for 40 miles and he had to go
I would have understood the traffic if there had been an accident or construction.

I know Georgia is the longest stretch of road with no rest stops. That's why we look for fast food places.

Originally Posted by jmskinner View Post
I'm very impressed you drove straight through. We can't do that, we made it to Brunswick, GA and stopped for the night. We were traveling on the 17 and 18th. Hit traffic outside of Richmond both ways. What is with that area? My husband was screaming "You don't need to brake for a curve!" Because that was the only reason we could tell anyone would slow down.

Glad you made it safely!
I considered stopping last year when we drove but my husband drives a lot for his job so he doidn't care. I was more worried about my SIL. He did a great job driving our truck. He isn't used to something that big. Your husband sounds like me. I yell at the stupid drivers too.
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