A couple of weeks ago I competed in the Georgia Archery Association’s State Field Championship held by the Kennesaw Archery Club (KAC). The KAC has a very nice outdoor range. It is located not too far from where we once lived in Kennesaw, Ga.
As I drove to the tournament I couldn’t help getting that feeling of nostalgia as I passed familiar landmarks. On the ride in during the morning I decided to take a side trip to go see our old home after the tournament.
The home isn’t really old. We built it in 1995. It is one of my favorite places we’ve lived. The house sits on a small hill in a quiet area of Cobb County.
When everyone finished shooting and after the awards ceremony I hopped into my ole’ 200,000+ miles Ford F-150 and headed toward the house. I got about 5 miles and within a few when I threw in the towel.
I’d have loved to see the old place. But, the traffic around Atlanta was absolutely insane. Trying to weave my way around it was no use. The roads were clogged in every direction.
It was nice to get another win. It would have been nice to have seen our old home in Kennesaw. I will admit I do not miss living near Atlanta. The traffic is crazy.