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You can do it but 20 straight hours in a car sounds tedious and masochistic.
1200 miles in one day by yourself? I burn out at 800.Be safe.
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May lonely miles be lightly borneIn spite of all you've left behindDear ones though from your arms be tornHeld closer now, in heart and mindDo not despair, be not forlornIn strangers' faces, you may findSome transient hope for Easter morn, And home's peace, journey's sorrows bind
Did you see Jessica Valenti's article in The Guardian about your sexist treatment of her? Pretty harsh stuff. I wonder if you would care to comment.
I wish I hadn't been out-of-blog-pocket for a few weeks here; if I'd known you were passing through Dallas this morning, I would have suggested a great local coffee joint where you could have stopped along your way. (Everyone needs coffee on a trip that long, and it's alwayas nice to visit a non-Starbucks every once in a while.) Or did you take the less-scenic-but-shorter 35W route through Ft. Worth?
'eric':you don't even read this blog, do you?Back to troll school you go!
Well, Maxine, she drove 2400 miles to spend a few days with her son. Who but a mother would do that?
Meade said:You can do it but 20 straight hours in a car sounds tedious and masochistic.Well, sort of like reading Althouse's blog!
I see a drunk driving arrest in the near future...
I was drunk on innumerable bottles of those Starbucks drinks you can buy at the gas station. Only other things consumed. I pack of Eclipse gum and a McDonald's cheeseburger and fries. Everything was consumed while driving. I did not use the crazy astronaut trick.I stopped 3 times for gas (after starting with only a quarter tank), and I arrived at home with a scary 0 on the digital display of how many miles worth of gas I had left.
Great! Ganesh, Shiva, and Parvati on the same T-shirt.
Welcome Home Ann! lolYou took so many great and good photos. I loved looking at them.
1200 miles. I was thinking NASA diapers but Althouse stole a march and pre-denied it.By the way, that photo of the globes in your Austin shopping thread was gorgeous. Remarkable. Up there with the texture & contrast shot of the snow on the Honda rear quarter panel last fall..You do have a talent.
Ann....you left out the hardest part of the trip....that part that starts with pulling away from the curb and lasts about 100 miles..all the time wanting to just turn the car around...and then the 400-500 miles of resignation that you gotta go...and the last 6-700 just hoping you make it home at a decent hour and it doesn't snow.
Wow you drove that straight through? I'm impressed, that's not easy. Heck I'd even say it isn't very smart, but if you want to do it then.The hardest one of those I ever did was from Dallas to Santa Anna Ca. There's a sign on I-20 in New Mexico (or was at that time) that says 'Los Angeles 820 miles'. I always thought that was funny.
It actually isn't a very smart thing to do. The last 100 miles was really hard! The hardest part was seeing.
Welcome home. Now put on a sweater. Enjoy recovering from your marathon drive.
Wow.. That gives "Buns of Steel" a whole 'nother meaning.Glad you made it there and back safely.
mI am sure that seeing was hard. As a teenager, it's hard to stay up all night, lol.Asher Heimermannhttp://blog.asherheimermann.com
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