Day 14

Shelter from the storm

April 9th, 2010



As I was heading west down Route 45 yesterday evening, I could see a tremendous thunderstorm brewing ahead of me. I pulled over at the nearest farmhouse, owned by a retired Bucknell professor, and was given shelter in this shed/barn mere seconds before the sky opened up. Also provided free of charge were a Coca-Cola, some local beef jerky, a roll of toilet paper, and a two-hour lecture on the virtues of hard work.

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Rumble strips

April 9th, 2010



In case you’ve ever wondered what they look like up close

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Welcome to Mennonite country

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Waiting for carnival season to roll around again

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Sandwich and brimstone

April 9th, 2010



I was sitting on the side of the road taking a break when two plain-dressed women pulled up in their car. They said their school was selling hoagies, but they gave me one for free, along with a copy of the famous Chick Publication “This Was Your Life!“, seen in the picture open to my favorite page.

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Attention from the ladies

April 9th, 2010



Cows love a walkin’ man

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A season of doubt

April 9th, 2010