I'm back. My trip took 9 hours rather than the normal 7.5. I was going to put up the Christmas tree this evening, but I'm tuckered out. Plus, I'm still recovering from my 7100 calorie food coma. Tomorrow I'll "make more blog," respond to comments and whatnot. In the meantime, take a gander at what I was following in West Virginia, while stuck in bumper-to-bumper Seemingly-Everyone-In-The-Mid-Atlantic-Region-Wants-To-Go-To-Ohio holiday traffic.
Shhhhhhh! It's sleeping.
you quoted me in this blog! hooray, I'm famous now!
Ewwww...you think they were going to have a late Thanksgiving dinner? :D
Mmmmm...venison. Micah, I'm a little upset at your current home state, where I was able to make the acquaintance of a nice state trooper who offered me the opportunity to render unto the State of Ohio $105 for exceeding the posted motor vehicle speed limit. I think he had just chugged a bottle of maple syrup and was all antsy-in-the-pantsy.
You should've seen the looks they got from other drivers before they had Junior and the deer switch places.
thse - Stick with me, kid. I'll take you places.
spydrz - Too late.
Kate - I wouldn't rule it out. Venison is yummy. Yes, I just wrote "yummy."
dubin - All right, meow. You know what they say: eventually, everyone gets a speeding ticket in Ohio over Thanksgiving weekend. I got mine about 5 years ago. That was really nice of you to make a donation.
law fairy - That kid would just not shut up. Seriously, everyone was gawking when the truck passed them (ever so slowly, as the traffic was at a crawl). Now I know how to attract lovely female motorists.
Well, at least he didn't call me "chickenfucker" (can I say that here?). And it's true about Ohio's state motto: "Sooner or later, everyone gets a speeding ticket in Ohio on Thanksgiving weekend."
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