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Submitted by Doc (not verified) on Mon, 12/01/2008 - 10:42am.
And Now: From someone that traveled by car in Tennessee/North Carolina/South Carolina over this Thanksgiving Holiday, and will never do it again!: 1.Pigeon Forge,Tenn.: Crammed with cars (always). I don't think Dolly was even there either! Her Limo was stuck in traffic too! 2.I-40 East Tenn. to Asheville,NC: Crammed with cars! Tractor Trailers driving side by side blocking cars from passing! Against the law in the mountains :-( 3.I-26 South from Asheville,NC towards Spartanburg,SC: Crammed with cars...no hope and extremely bad roads!!!! 4.I-26 South (Spartanburg towards Columbia,SC): Traffic stopping every 100 feet. Traffic Jams for miles and miles over the horizon!!! Could have played a hand of cards between moving forward! Conclusion to that after seeing there were no accidents: People would not do the speed limit and caused the Domino Effect from those trying to drive the speed limit. Could see occasionally down the highway BIG GAPS between cars and trucks :-( 13 hours of driving for a normal 8 hour drive proved that people will travel till the cows come home, and then some!!! 460 miles and saw only 2 State Troopers!! :-( So when I saw on this website these words: "Holiday travel numbers down"....I don't think so, not by highway anyway. Shucks...I forgot about my entire vacation time relaxation in our mountain cabin :-( Good to get back to Wilmington and read about all the car wrecks that happened here while we were away (as per usual). Bet you the airline pilots/passengers were looking down on the Interstates over the holidays laughing their rear ends off!
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