Hitting the Road

Vehicle loaded, nose pointed south….and I slept like crap last night. Too much shit on my mind. I might blog from the road, I might not.

Hopefully it’ll be fair winds and following seas for the whole trip to Virginia.

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0 Responses to Hitting the Road

  1. Murphy's Law says:

    hey man…where ya gonna be, and when? Passing through or near eastern WV?

  2. Linoge says:

    Which side of VA? ‘Cause, y’know, TN is not all that far from the far, far, far west side of it… 😉

  3. Cargosquid says:

    Wave as you drive through Richmond. See ya in Williamsburg.

    • Cargosquid says:

      Just saw the post on the blog meet hold.

      Oops. Never mind.

      Though we could use it to pay our respects.

      Have a safe trip.

  4. SGB says:

    Be safe brother

  5. Bubblehead Les says:

    Safe Journey, Bro.

  6. Wally says:

    Travel safe my good man.

  7. Greg Camp says:

    Don’t wish for a following sea. In the days of the wooden sailing ships, a following sea made a risk of the aft gallery having the windows smashed in–being pooped–and flooding the ship. Nowadays, it makes for a rough journey as I experienced on the one cruise that I’ve been on.

    But do enjoy your trip, and let me know if you ever travel to Arkansas.

    • Cargosquid says:

      On my cruises, a following sea is alot better than seas from any other angle, except for calm seas.

      But, then…. we weren’t in a wooden ship. I bow to your knowledge on that.

      • Greg Camp says:

        Ar, me hearty, I be a stern old dog on the subject.

        • Weerd Beard says:

          LOL! Powering your boat with the wind!

          Yeah all my offshore work, following seas are the next best thing to a flat calm (another shitty weather pattern for sailers, who can frankly referrer to it as a “Dead Calm”) because you just slide down the waves rather than smash into them.

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