August 22, 2013
Yuri and I took a little road trip from Stow, MA to somewhere in New Jersey to pick up his Oma and Opa. Usually for long car rides we listen to books on tape. Once on a trip from Ohio to Manitoba we listened to Jurassic Park. It was the middle of the night, in the middle of nowhere. I was convinced a velociraptor or tyrannosaurus was going to come running at the car. Anyway, for this trip we listened to World War Z. It was all daytime driving and it wasn’t an actual scary story.
I took pictures of signs I found interesting along the road. Honestly, this post isn’t going to be that remarkable. Looking over all the photos I took, I was thinking why’d I take all these? What am I going to do with them?
The amazing thing about this picture is, we were not stuck in traffic and actually passed the sign really quickly. We successfully avoided all rush hour traffic in New York and Connecticut. Also, at this point in the book things got a little scary because they were talking about the highway we were on being jammed with scared people and attacking zombies.
Above is one of the most terrifying signs you’ll ever see! If it doesn’t scare you then you clearly haven’t seen The Legend of Sleepy Hollow narrated by Bing Crosby.
This picture is a bit fuzzy but I was really excited to see Canadian geese.
That’s it for the pictures of our journey to New Jersey.