I know that in the coming week there will be great sighs of relief in the Atlanta area now that pipelines sending gas there from the Gulf are back to 100 percent and 13 of the 15 refineries taken down because of the hurricanes are back up. 

I guess this begs some questions, however, about how gas is distributed in America.  A mile from my house in North Texas, it's gone as high as $3.65 but was back down to $3.46 a gallon two days ago.  Friends in Nashville reported shortages last week and armed guards greeting the trucks to keep there from being problems. 

What's gas doing in your neck of the woods?  Moms and dads, how are you coping with this?

  1. Heather B

    2 days ago it was $3.73, then $3.69 and today it was $3.65. This is in Southern Illinois. Each day is a little better.

  2. Stephen

    It’s around $4.19 at most stations here in Atlanta, some more, some less. Glad to hear that the gas is flowing again.

  3. Michelle

    You’ve got it great… gas here in the Northeast? 3.71 per gallon in Albany NY. Less in Vermont, but not much.

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