at Denver, CO
at Denver, CO
at City of Limón, CO
WOOOOHOOOO! (at Colorado Welcome Center)
i’ve finally found a state worse than oklahoma. worse than south carolina, georgia, or even florida. that, my friends, is kansas. not only is it mind-numbingly long, with unchanging scenery, and, at night, isn’t so much pitch black as the complete absence of light…
no, not just that. it also can kill you in so many different ways — hail, tornadoes, hurricane strength wind gusts, cow stampedes, flash floods, police checkpoints with killer drug dogs, swarms of locusts, mudslides, water turning to blood, death of the firstborn….
tl;dr — i have been driving for 16 hours. never, ever go to kansas.
quiktrip convenience stores.
in the blue ridge mountains.
over near tennessee.
I was thinking, “kansas isn’t that bad. nice rolling hills, wide highways, 75mph speed limit…”
and then this. kansas is the new jersey of the midwest. at least i can pump my own gas though.
oh hey look at that. (at Gateway Arch)
the land of southern drawls and cow shit. (at Kentucky State Line)
i hear banjo music… (at TN/KY BORDER)
g’mornin’. (at Nashville, TN)
i keep seeing these signs on I-24:
“bonnaroo traffic - use shoulder”
is this the new “hippies - use side door”?
i have conquered the labyrinth of h.o.v. lanes and overpasses that is atlanta. i have a horchata flavored slurpee. please, someone, make georgia stop. (at City of Adairsville)
if this gm van don’t make it across the state line….
farewell, house. thank you for everything.