Oh my Dennis, that was an eventful trip! Glad you made it safe and sound. :-)
Enjoy your time there.
Congratulations on beginning a new life in beautiful Maine! Glad to hear you made it safe.
Best to you,
How crazy! So glad you made it.
Yep, he be a Mainer alright...........now I can throw all the Mainer jokes at him........LOL......
I think you win the prize, Dennis, for the most "almost" accidents, but shows you are an alert and cautious driver who pays attention to the road.......good old "SA" (situational awareness).
Welcome to Maine
Sarah still hoping leaves turn before you head South.
Oh my glad you are safe!!
Welcome to Maine, my Neighbor!!! ;) what is the plan? Are you moving to Maine permanently?
Apple picked here is opening in a couple weeks nd the leaves usually change around then. I love fall!
I have great situational awareness from living in TN. A lot of people would claim that drivers in NYC or Chicago are the worst driver, but let me assure you it is TN drivers that are the worst. Just about every day when I go out some place there someone will pass me in a no passing zone and a lind curve. And it isn't that I am driving that slow either. I'll be driving 5 or 6 MPH over the speed limit and still will get passed. Oh and they never obey speed limits. the road to my home there is 45 speed limit. I know that my one neighbor always goes at least 85 on that road.
Yes this will become my perminate home, once I finish the repairs on my TN home and sell it. Or at least that is the plan, you never know what will come in the future. I do know that if the shirnk I was seeing for my PTSD knew about this move she would say I am running away. And I guess she would be right to an extent. Here I can look out my living room window and see the pond and not some neighbor's house. There is no sound of logging trucks going by avery few hoours. I think the only thing that could make this any better is if there was a waterfall to listen to and see.
well, am sure you can build an indoor miniature waterfall (they even sell some at wal mart) but I remember being able to hear the brook in the spring when the snow melts............
I agree with you on TN drivers. On a trip to Graceland a few years ago, going 10 over like in Dallas was not good enough for the locals. LOL. At some points I would have to go 20 over just to maintain the flow....
I prefer my standard 5 over here....
Best Wishes and congrats on the new life!
Dennis, I'm thrilled with tis move and sure hope to see some pictures of the new cabin in the woods. Congrats on the move- keep in mind that moving on isn't the same as running away. hugs, Laura