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Wishing you and Scott a wonderful Thanksgiving.
BTW, driving in Boston can be more harrowing than driving in Dallas any day of the week, IMHO.
You as well, sir.
I don't know. The last time we were in Boston was 1985 for our wedding. My big memory of driving there was that it always seemed like we were crossing some big bridge over a river and we were always having to shoot across from the far right to the far left ---or vice versa--very quickly to make some change. Her Dad would just pick a hole and go. Scared the heck out of me.
These days here in NE Dallas, I stay off the freeways. The surface streets can often be as bad as driving the freeway. But, at least, when the big crash happens, and it will, one is not trapped for hours between exits with nowhere to go.
We are noticing more driver entitlement and rudeness in Fort Worth. Some drivers will risk a fender bender to get one car space ahead. Makes no sense. Makes me glad I don't have to drive to work any longer. Benefit of being a writer and old as dirt.
Happy Thanksgiving to you and Scott!
It has been so much worse the last couple of months here, Caroline. I hate having to drive anywhere.
Happy Thanksgiving to you and your clan, Caroline.
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