|Posted: 10 September 2011 at 8:43am | IP Logged
Thanks for the comments folks. Putting it to paper was an experience in itself. Reliving the ride, the rain, the flooding, the high winds, standing at the gas stations waiting for the lightning storms to break, the construction, the traffic, the potholes, the calm sunny day, the awesome roads, the great folks you get to meet everywhere you go, the wildlife encounters, the crappy food on the road, the great food on the road - there's just so much you get to experience, it's difficult to relate the experience and emotions in words. How do you make it flow for the start to the finish? What should you talk about? What should you cut or leave out? Is it going to be a report memo or a novella?
I'm happy it was enjoyed. Unfortunately, reading it isn't one percent of the fun of experiencing it.
Aikens - the ride's not over yet
Artificial intelligence is no match for natural stupidity.
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Steve Aikens, Clovis, NM