Distaff side: After dismantling the "sick bay", I drove to Macon, GA to see some sights.
Stopped by the Medical Center of Central Georgia and had lunch and camaraderie with 2 fellow cytotechnologists, Barbara & Yolanda. Then I drove over to St. Joseph's Catholic Church, a Gothic Revival Structure constructed in 1889 to 1903. Very beautiful church. My third stop was the Tubman African American Museum. The museum is named for Harriet Tubman a runaway slave from Maryland who helped over 300 slaves escape via the Underground Railroad and she also was prominent in the Abolishonists Movement. TAAM is a very informative museum with great exhibits. Check it out at www.tubmanmuseum.com. Last stop in Macon, before heading back to Griffin, was Mickey D's for a M&M McFlurry.
On the other side: I wasn't nearly as productive but I did take the camper out to the Flying J 17 miles away to dump and get water. How 'bout THAT for an exciting day. Still laying low.