Road Trip

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Sorry I haven’t been writing really…I’ve been distracted by school…

So, last weekend I decided to drive up to Davis to visit my friends. I transferred down to southern California because of the weather but, seriously, the weather sucks everywhere now. Bad news bears.

The drive is like seven hours to that kind of sucks in itself and I decided to drive up at night in order to avoid traffic (mostly going through LA). Just as a side-note, during the day you can seriously tell the second you enter LA county on the five - the speed and quality of driving changes almost instantly. Honestly, if you are ever fortunate enough to actually drive over five miles an hour during the day, you’ll have the opportunity to truly experience the indigenous Los Angeles driver. This is the place that I really wonder most about where other people are going or what they’re thinking. It’s kind of weird, if you think about it; the fact that everyone has their own little space within their car – like a little bubble traveling on their own. You never really know what’s going on in the cars next to you or even where they’re going and they’ll honk or flip you off and you’re left to just wonder what the heck they think you did…

So now that I went off on that tangent I’m kind of tired so I think I’ll finish this post tomorrow – keep in mind it involves almost being run over by tomato trucks on the I-5 so get excited.
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