Since I'm guessing you didn't take your life in your hands to get that photo you'd talked about, I did it for you.
Thanks to all who came to the CB Fall Affair -- we enjoyed every minute!
LOL....My In-laws live in a rural area and they say traffic is when they actually see one other car on the road. ;)
That was funny. I just counted 10 cars drive past my house in the last minute. My rode could use that sign. :)
Three cars in a row and my husband starts hollering, "Gridlock!"
Some busy Saturdays, through, that stretch of road is surprisingly congested. It's before you can see The Voyage (and, next year, Pilgrims Plunge), so it takes drivers by surprise to all of a sudden need to slam on their brakes.
Diana will be pleased.
Why don't I see these signs in Boston? I did see one on the Harvard campus (I was doing a delivery for air ducts down there this morning) that said "Caution: Seniors!" It didn't say whoch ones though. :)
I hear thru the grapevine that when Will Koch sneezes, Paula replies with "Komboro!" instead of "Bless You!" or "Gesundheit!" ;)
You don't need a sign is real congested areas...it's a given...or we just use new-fangled electronic signs. Or we assume everyone in the area has a good idea when it is congested...uh...there are cars in front of you? ;)
Man, the boonies are cool...why can't San Diego have a Holiday World???
Where is that? One block down from "the middle of nowhere," I guess...
Sigh. I call it "home."
I thought the "Boonies" was a cheap knock-off of the "Goonies" flick. :)
I thought "the boonies" were the suburbs of "the sticks."
Isn't that just two blocks east of BFE?
^ And just a country mile away from BFN...
I knew it would only take a short time before "Kombora" was a regularly used phrase down at HW.Last edited by woohooboy, Sunday, October 5, 2008 4:29 PM
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