By on October 23, 2011

The staging area of the TTAC Goes South tour is picturesque Kenneshaw, GA. For whatever reason, the city sports one of the highest densities of low-priced motels. My Wifi scanner gives me a choice of 9 channels, all belonging to the giants of the roadside hospitality business.  Those who arrived from far-away places like Portland (Ed) and Beijing (BS) are already here, waiting for Steve Lang to close his last buy here, pay here of the day.

Tomorrow, we will witness Steve in a real live Southern Monday auction. Then, we’ll head towards Tennessee, where roadblocks have already been erected. The real bad elements of the team of course know this and will fly to Tennessee. Before we leave Kenneshaw, we are promised a demonstration of how ice and guests are being laundered.

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