If you’ve traveled on an interstate, you’ve no doubt noticed an abundance of helpful blue signs pointing out things interesting to a motorist: food, lodging/camping, fuel, and major attractions.
In my recent odyssey around the western US, I noticed many of these signs and was curious how one gets them, how much they cost, rules, etc.
I just finished a marathon trip to Corona, CA, to help my brother pack up his stuff and move to Texas. The direct route is I-5 and back, but the timing allowed me to make a little side trip.
Debbie’s dust story reminded me of my experience in learning another language, where my pile of how-to-speak books is much like her weight bench — thickly covered with dust and good intentions.
But we’re going to force the issue. Next year I’m taking the family on vacation abroad
Success! I won’t have to car shop for (hopefully) another six years and my journey into middle-agedness is almost complete.