If you follow this blog, you know that I don’t often stop anywhere near the one line that I have to offer. Today is different. But still, to keep the “Dan doesn’t understand the rules” streak going, I have a few one-liners that tell the story:
“We made that trip.”
“We were at that game.”
“We drove home behind that tropical depression.”
“We would all love to do that again.”
I arrived home late last night, from a five-day trip to Pittsburgh. Faith and I drove down from Connecticut. My brother drove in from Iowa. We had a very nice long weekend (despite the score on Sunday). I am working from home today, next to a happy pup.
This post is part of Linda G. Hill’s fun weekly series One-Liner Wednesday. If you have a one-liner, I’d encourage you to join in on the fun. You can follow this link to participate and to see the one-liners from the other participants.
We’re trying to outrun the rain as we head west. Maybe this is a good sign.
The sky was a mixed bag during most of the trip.
The obvious way we know we’re in Pennsylvania.
This is another way we know we’re in Pennsylvania. Bridge May Be Icy.
Another way we know we’re in Pennsylvania.
There was a truck in the way, but there was a sign before this rest area that said “No Facilities”
FedEx – I guess this means Faith is driving :-)
The weather toyed with us throughout the trip.
Central Pennsylvania offers some wonderful views.
I don’t know what that is, but it’s the right color, so…
This is for Greg (Almost Iowa) – A slow truck passing a slightly slower truck.
“Oooh, oooh, slow down!”
Always good to see, even if it means construction delays ahead.
Eat’nPark – This is the first one we run into on this route – yeah, we’re stopping.
After nine hours on the road, this is always a wonderful sight.
Neville Island. Not so much an island getaway, but a fun place to spend the night (while keeping an eye on the flood stage).
The evening ended with a rainbow over the Ohio River.