Law enforcement officials are still trying to connect the dots as they figure out what happened to Thomas Loyd Snow.
His car was found here, at the Yuchi Wildlife Refuge, with Snow's keys, phone, clothes and golf clubs still inside.
But Megan Snow, Tom's sister, says the details just don't add up.
"We don't know what to think. We just want to find him," Snow says.
Snow describes her brother as a planner.
Tom Snow had a detailed itinerary for a month he planned to spend playing golf en route to visit his daughter in New York, before Hurricane Sandy Struck.
Megan tells us he had some flexbility in his return trip but would have never taken the scenic route when he had a golf tee time scheduled for Saturday morning.
"He wasn't just my brother, he was my friend. He was normal," Snow says.
Snow says she talks with her brother once a week, and knew he had plans to return home.
She says the Yuchi Refuge is just not the kind of place that would have piqued Tom's interest.
Rhea County Executive George Thacker says law enforcement officials are exhausting every effort to find Tom Snow.
"There's a search on water going on right now. There's been a helicopter, and now we're doing one by foot and fourwheeler. We're just going over the area to see if we can find anything," Thacker says.
As we left, law enforcement was beginning a search by horseback.
But as investigators continue their search, Snow's family has a plea for anyone else who may have crossed Tom's path.
"Please call the Rhea County Sheriff's Department and...bring him home," says Snow.
Snow's wallet and laptop were missing from the vehicle.
We'll keep you posted as the investigation continues.
Reporting live in the studio, Brittany Shaw, WDEF News 12.