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.


Georgia Tech has a pretty building.


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


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


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!


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


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


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.



About Message In A Fold

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 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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