Back for round 2.

We stayed the night in Stockbridge, Georgia Sunday then headed back north on Monday.

Joe chose to take I-75 through downtown Atlanta so I could take pictures. Traffic was pretty heavy and picture taking was a bit impeded.

This is the skyline, or part of it anyway, of Atlanta, Georgia.

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Georgia Tech has a pretty building.

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Georgia Power and Light is a big black building that is kind of ominous looking.

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A beautiful old church is seen from the highway as well.

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Joe and I saw a billboard on our trip south in Tennessee for a Scrubs Shop and we had to stop on our way back north. Our current work scrubs are getting very grease stained and looking a but shabby around the edges.

Sweetwater Scrubs, located 1-1/2 miles east of I-75 at Exit 60 is a cute shop.

Sweetwater Scrubs:
625 New Highway 68
Sweetwater, Tennessee. 37874

It is chock full of uniforms and scrubs ranging in size from Small to 5X. They have a large selection of Crocs as well. The patterned scrubs are cute with brightly colored designs.

Lab coats are plentiful and go from plain white to a rainbow of colors. Also in sizes of Small to 5X.

The young lady that helped Joe and I was very pleasant and helpful. She had an excellent knowledge of brands, fiber content, and which we’re on sale.

A bit of warning. The shop is located at the bottom of a hill. I got our pickup and trailer down the hill and turned around. I had to take up their entire parking lot to do it.

This is the view of uphill looking back toward the street. Yikes!

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Joe chocked the trailer wheels on the steep incline so we would NOT make a grand entrance.

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Good thing we came at a lull in shopping. We took up the whole dang parking lot!

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If you are in the area and need scrubs stop in and see what they have. You can check out their Facebook Page. They don’t have a website but I bet you can get your questions answered on Facebook.

Alright, time to get back on our heads. Have a fantastic Tuesday.

Leslie

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I am an over the road truck driver in Drive-Away Transport part of the year, and the sole bookkeeper of this operation the other part of the year. I do a lot of whining until I can get in my craft room and play with paper and glue. View all posts by Message In A Fold

One response to “Back for round 2.

  • gardenpinks

    The church looks Victorian – circa 1850. That first buildng is certainly architecturally interesting, wonder what its original purpose was? The rest of the skyline buildings are typical city – anonymous, modern and mainly crass 🙂 Just my opinion..bet there are many people that love it! Not too far from us is a hill called Cleeve Hill (Cleeve Cloud actually as it is just technically a mountain being a smidge over a thousand feet) and travelling down the hill towards Cheltenham is, to my eyes, a horrible sight as green valleys with trees makes way for an urban sprawl of rooves, roads and mess. Spoils the view completely 🙂
    So are you and Joe the proud owners of new, clean scrubs now???

    Love and hugs
    Lynn xx

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