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Ugh! Dunwoody Traffic is a Bear, I Give Up!

Motorists were beeping horns at each other and attempting to bogart into lanes that are impossible to get into. Driveways from office building, hotel, and shopping center lots are lined with cars trying to get onto the street.

After two hours of Perimeter gridlock and moving a foot every 30 minutes on Perimeter Center West, I parked my car at the mall and contemplated walking home to Northridge Road. 

My boots started sliding as I approached Crown Pointe Parkway, so I turned around and decided to go to Taco Mac at Perimeter Place, where the hostess said, "Welcome to the Party. Seat yourself."

It's frustrating out there, and in here, when you feel trapped and can't get to where you want to go. Motorists were beeping horns at each other, and attempting to bogart into lanes that were impossible to get into. Driveways from office building, hotel, and shopping center lots have been lined with cars trying to get onto the street. 

As for me,  I'm still trying to figure out my next move towards home. 

How was your journey home, or are you still trying to get there? Tell us in the comments below. 


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