Thursday, July 27, 2006
A note on traveling by car:
The Interstate highway system is a nightmare. The 50-year-old network of high-speed roads does nothing but cause stress and turmoil. The volume of traffic, the excessive high speeds of reckless drivers, the multitudes of gigantic semi-trucks and the tedious and boring scenery make them something to avoid if at all possible. Georgia has built a number of four-lane roads stretching across the state that are nearly empty, far more scenic, pleasant and faster in the long run. Use them and you will arrive sane.
View of a pleasant non-interstate highway.
Posted by Tom Zarrilli/Cindy Zarrilli at 5:25 PM