At the Alabama/Mississippi State Line... and I even stood in the middle of the road (this road wasn't busy), so I got to be in both states at one time! *smiles*
On my way back to Atlanta from Jim & KK's, about 90% of the cars were from Louisianna as they were headed to distant places to get out of harm's way. Some were in obvious car pools, groups of cars, others were on their own, or perhaps with a spouse in another vehicle behind or in front of them.
Couldn't just take a picture of the Alabama & Mississippi pictures without taking one of the Georgia state sign. (I had to take this while driving since I was on the interstate). I liked the sign. *smiles*
Tonight I'm staying at a Motel 6 not too far from the airport, because I have to be there at 8am or so. At least it is a holiday tomorrow so traffic shouldn't be too bad. When I checked in here, the manager said he has a whole list of people on their way from Louisianna. Doesn't sound like he was too thrilled about it either, said last time the LA people came, they were here for 10 days and he lost 10 pounds. He said they were VERY rude. (Of course, I'd probably had been irritable in similar circumstances).
Fortunately, tomorrow I should be out of here well ahead of storm, but I've been actively watching it. It reminds me though how close I came to being able to come down here 3 years ago to help out. (I was asked to be a part of the team from Hawaii, but I hadn't had the training. I was supposed to have gone through it the week before, but the class was cancelled due to lack of participants).
Okay... I'm going to sign off. It's hard to believe that tomorrow night I will be back home. It's been a fast, whirlwind trip. I will have traveled over 10,000 air miles, and have been in three states. And... I will have gotten to spend some wonderful times with wonderful friends. *smiles*