We get plenty of Interstate travel, so I love the jobs that take us on US highways, state highways, and county and local routes, because then we get to see the good stuff. Sometimes it's tacky and touristy, like Goats on the Roof
in northern Georgia, or the Boll Weevil Monument
in Enterprise, AL. But most often it's real-life, honest-to-God small town America like this:
|Butts County Courthouse|
|Jackson's Main Drag|
I don't know much about Jackson, Georgia, other than what I saw on our way through the town. But that was enough to warm my heart and put a smile on my face.
I guess they call that 'hope'.