Oooh, a bit like the A69 to the Lake District when I'm in England. Or you could try dropping the Little Guy off at Looking Glass Theatre Camp (oh yes) on Michigan Avenue when they have the lower half cordoned off to film Transformers 97 or something. Oh joy!
And it would smell a whole lot better, unless you have hay fever.
Oahu has horrible rush hours, too. I think I'd prefer the hay truck.
WE actually had good luck with the M25 this trip. Amazing, I know. But I think those speed cameras are doing their job and there are a lot less accidents. Of course, one time we were on it was when England was playing Germany in World Cup, so you could have parked your car in the middle lane and had a Chinese fire drill if you wanted! Hardly a soul on the road at that hour!
Been there. This weekend on the way to the cabin we hit one of those moving homes trucks. It was fine until it came to a bridge that was not wide enough. Moved to the middle of the road a bit before it and it was the slow moving kind of traffic. Thankfully it was not the rush hour kind and was over pretty quick.
I think I would prefer the hay truck too! Hope you weren't late getting to your friends, but I'm sure they would understand.
Couldn't you go AROUND that truck? Looks like a lot of green space along both sides of the road. But what do I know? LOL.
GiGi, what you can't tell from the picture is that the bar ditches (side of the road) are about 3 foot deep, not flat.
Yes, I will take bales of hay to be stuck behind than gas fumes of multi-gazillion cars on the highway. Hay smells better than gas...
Welcome to rural America. We've become quite accustomed to this type of traffic.
Oh! I love this post! This can happen in KY, too.
Things are different here alright.
Great picture comparison.
Driving back from Virginia on Sunday we managed to get into two major traffic slow downs ... agonizing to sit in traffic ..
Sarah, I get a lot of that kind of traffic, and it's when I'm always running late. :) Happy summer.~~Dee
Bad luck, but as youve proved, theres worse off folk lol
it seems like a rustic setting with bales on hay traveling in front of you!! very rustic and very homely
Okay girl, where have you been? Need an update on the upcoming concert, the dental work and etc etc! What are you, on summer vacation or sumthin?
Crumbs it looks horrendous. Always on the traffic news. Wonder why there's nobody going the other way? Probably an accident somewhere blocking the traffic.
Much as I love England, must say I'd prefer your traffic problem in Oklahoma to the M(ess)25!
Ooh, how I remember those dreaded lines of traffic on the M-6, it's the reason I used the train to travel back and forth to work when I was in the UK.I get a bit nervous behind those hay wagons, those hay bales are huge, and always extend over the sides of the trailers.Hope all is well, you've ben missed !
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