And so it is... The 2nd day. All I
can say is Oklahoma is looooooong. Too long. The
Kansas of the south for sure. Ahh, the little
Nothin' like wakin' up to tornado
watches in Oklahoma. In JANUARY. Oh well we didn't see
one. Got goin' 'round 8:30...
snow in Texas right before Amarillo. Lots
of windy shitty snow. Oh and that
about 60 mph seemed like a dream today.
The wind is insane. And we're
mph at some points in 75 mph zones. Semis
are running us over. It really sucks.
just bide your time and relax. What should
take 10 hours ends up taking 12.
first day it was a 10.5 to 12 ratio.
Tomorrow is scary as shit. It's straight
down. Not literally, but...yeah, well
literally. Gotta jog north a bit
then come down a bit into flagstaff. It
should be exciting. If all goes
we'll be in Needles California tomorrow
night, and be unpacked and
LA on Wednesday.
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On the mental front it still feels
like a vacation. It keeps hitting me that I'm NOT
driving back. I've never in my
life driven anywhere that I've never driven back from.
It is certainly an unusual
feeling. Been thinking a lot about Jessica and Marty
and how extremely supportive
they're being. It's a big fun adventure for them, but
it's still an amazing show of
Also trying to put it all in
perspective, but I can't. I've really just given it
all up to join the circus.
Except even that would be more stable. How sweet youth
Oh, and they charge tax at the
drive thru in Texas. And I didn't even get pop. I sat
there and fought with the guy
too. We got 6 whoppers (our days food) and it was 6
bucks... Good deal they had
goin' but it was $6.50 with tax. What? Oh well. They
all laughed at me. Heh heh.