Yesterday Judy and I had to make an unexpected trip to Macon so she could attend the funeral of an old family friend with her sister. I used the occasion to make a trip to the nearby Camping World. I got Judy a new lounge chair.
To get to Macon, we traveled the same route as we did when we returned home to Milledgeville each Tue. This is the second year that we have been driving this route. We never stopped in any of the small towns because we were always in a hurry to get to the park or get home. We never took the time to enjoy the ambiance of any of the small towns.
This trip we were not in a hurry and we thought we would stop in one of the small towns for breakfast. We decided we would stop in Waverly Hall located about thirty miles from the park. We stopped at the first business we saw -Tac Ops, to inquire about somewhere to eat. I parked and went inside. I found two good ole boys dressed in Camo. They were very friendly and gave me directions to the Bakery. One of the guys said that we should try the Breakfast Burrito because it was awesome.
I got back in the CRV and followed their directions to the Bakery. We found a small nicely decorated shop. It had lots of homemade baked goods on display. The owner took our order, we both ordered the breakfast burrito. It took about 10 or 12 minutes to prepare. The good ole boys were right, it was awesome! Judy also bought a scone. The owner informed us that she had opened the shop fifteen months earlier.
The Glory Bakery, Waverly Hall, GA.
It was nice finding this gem that we had been passing by for well over a year. I am glad we had time to "Stop and Smell the Burrito". I am sure we will be finding lots of these hidden gems as we meander throughout the country.
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