Well, it didn’t rain. That’s always good.
I got an exclusive look at all of the wonderful country land Lancaster and it’s surrounding territories had to offer, and let me be the first to say you aren’t missing much. Just crops, the smell of manure, and the occasional horse and buggy. And wind, even when it isn’t windy. I had an interesting experience that involved a grown labrador retriever, or a retriever breed of some kind, but you wouldn’t be able to tell either if it was coming at you in a barking frenzy. I didn’t think I was able to accelerate that fast, let’s just say that. After the countryside was gone, I got to ride through some more urban areas, where I learned how to act like a car. Ya don’t even need a liscence for this, folks. At least I got to see something more than corn and horses.
Well, my check in time is at 3 or so, so I have time to burn, which I couldn’t be happier about. Nothing like sitting around and watching people eat. This guy next to me just said
“Wow, what a nice breeze.”
Yeah. It’s wonderful isn’t it.