Valdosta, Georgia to Gadsden, Alabama

I have to believe there aren’t many places with a “DSD” in their name, so Gadsden is obviously a desired destination. It’s going to take about 6 hours to cover the distance of 348 miles. This is a glacial pace, of course, of only 58 miles an hour. Let’s be on our way!


The cold front that brought all those storms I mentioned yesterday is going to be moving very slowly through the country, and no slower than in the southern part. It’s going to get Atlanta about the same time we do. Well, we may see a few showers as soon as McDonough, but it will be stormy after we get to the ATL. It’s going to be intermittent, but I would say there is a good chance that those storms will come and go from then all the way to Gadsden. At least it will be nice when we leave Valdosta.