Friday, January 28, 2011
Nanuk of The North
This is my car after three days in Pennsylvania. Luckily we left D.C. before the storm of the century; not before I accidentally visited the Pentagon (I know where I'm going Carol). Since it snows a few inches every day, it never melts, it just turns to brown mush. Driving across West Virginia was fun with trucks spraying us with slush and gravel. I think the windshield survived with just a little pitting. When we reached Virginia the sun came out and by the time we got home it was sunny and 45 degrees (notice reflection of sun in the window). Tomorrow is supposed to be 50 degrees and sunny so I'll try to wash all traces salt and grit off the Element.
When I got home I discovered Marianne left her crayons in our back seat. Some things never change. I must get theses back to her before her next class.
This sign is in the window of a
Bojangles Fried Chicken Restaurant in
Bristol Tenn. I asked the manager if she had an extra one for my dog's room. Too bad, she didn't so I took a picture of it. Speaking of Bo after we picked him up he went psycho for about five minutes then collapsed on Ben's bed.
I forgot just how much fun a 1,500 mile road trip can be, especially in a Honda Element.