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Savannah-Charleston,WV-Cleveland Area-Detroit-Pittsburgh-DC-Bmore-Richmond-Greensboro Roadtrip

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So I have shead all of my Georgia Clients and my Home in GA and have finally taken up permanent Residence in Charlotte. I'm about to start working with a Design Firm in Charlotte but decided to take a brief 2 week expedition taking me from Savannah to Charlotte to Charleston WV to Cleveland to Detroit back to cleveland then to pittsburgh, baltimore, DC, richmond, Greensboro and everything in between. So first I start with pictures from savannah. Most of the savannah pictures are a simple point and shoot camera so bear with me some aren't the best.

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This will take a while to complete so bear with me guys

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Cleveland OH Some of these pictures have not been taken or loaded yet. I am still in cleveland at this point so I still have many left to take until I leave for pittsburgh on Friday. Also I have More pictures on my girlfriends camera however she seems to have left the chord and the charger in charlotte those will be posted on a later date.

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Still underconstruction.

Detroit, MI, these are done with a far superior camera than previously used, aka my SLR is back. Some are still with a point and shoot however.

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entering detroit

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Getting even closer

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buddys Yacht club.

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Detroit INternational Jazz Fest

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P9020342.jpgOHHH CANADA OUR HOME AND NATIVE LAND.

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More to come.

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Since you were admiring the interstate viaducts, did you see the extreme engineering required to snake the interstate through the city? At the Interstate 64/77 interchange north of downtown, piers are embedded inside buildings, and at one point, the three-level interchange crosses over highways, rivers, and a railroad. Just south of the Kanawha River was one of the largest earthmoving projects (US 119, Fort Hill interchange). And if you go towards the Capitol, you can see the cantilevered highway sections. Very impressive, especially for a city of this size!

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wonderful tour so far, what fun you must be having!! Keep em coming.

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I see you were in the D during Labor Day weekend. There was lots going on and it looks like you partook in some of that and even made it out to the Pointes. I was actually going to go there today since the cities were having a festival in their downtown...it's not every day that the Grosse Pointes include the public in their celebrations. :)

Great set of pics. I see you like Comerica Tower. ;)

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Cleveland OH Some of these pictures have not been taken or loaded yet. I am still in cleveland at this point so I still have many left to take until I leave for pittsburgh on Friday. Also I have More pictures on my girlfriends camera however she seems to have left the chord and the charger in charlotte those will be posted on a later date.

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Since you were admiring the interstate viaducts, did you see the extreme engineering required to snake the interstate through the city? At the Interstate 64/77 interchange north of downtown, piers are embedded inside buildings, and at one point, the three-level interchange crosses over highways, rivers, and a railroad. Just south of the Kanawha River was one of the largest earthmoving projects (US 119, Fort Hill interchange). And if you go towards the Capitol, you can see the cantilevered highway sections. Very impressive, especially for a city of this size!

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