Our trip from home to Macon was an uneventful 276 miles along almost all interstate highways with not one picture of the trip - interstates are so boring but when you are just getting from one place to another with no sightseeing in mind, they are the best way to do it.
We are staying at the Claystone Park
portion of the Tobesofkee Recreation Area on the north side of Lake Tobesofkee just west of Macon. They have a new section of the park that is made for big rigs and has 50 amp full hookup pull-throughs. They have planted some small pines but it will be a few years before they are big enough to interfere with satellite reception. These new sites are on a hillside overlooking the lake and have a permanently mounted table and fire pit. We also have very strong Verizon so all is good with the world.
We didn't do much while here but decompress a bit, about the same as we will doing on our next two stops as well. I did manage to make a high-speed 552 mile roundtrip back home to get my camera and a couple of other things I forgot to pack before leaving - guess what items are getting added to our departure checklist?
Tomorrow we head for the small town of Adairsville, GA, along I-75, where we will spend four nights before going on to Nashville. We had planned to spend seven nights here in Macon but there was no sites for the weekend and we had already reserved our Nashville stay so needed to find some place to fill in.