2014: Rolling thru Amerika on 18 Wheels. Volume XIII West Virginia to Maryland.
We are moving deeper into the 'sticks' (woods) upon entering a West
Virginia. It looks more rural. I like traveling through all these rural
parts of America. It's like going back in time and there is a time
capsule that I get to observe underneath a microscope. We are passing
through Harper's Ferry - a revolutionary war site.
We are in the Eastern Panhandle of the state. Apparently George W.
(Washington) spent a lot of time here his youth. We're on a 3-lane
highway with no one on it at 9 am. I think it's safe to say this place
is sparsely populated.
I've been seeing a lot of these 'smart cars' on the road- especially the
'Cube.' Energy-efficient little death traps as they don't look sturdy
at all... It's always a female, or a metrosexual (city boy) male driving
them :) these cars would not do well on Middle Eastern roadways, in my
humble opinion... I don't even think they are marketed back there
anyways as fuel is so cheap... As well, it's more traditional with
...And in the blink of an eye we are in Maryland... That was about 15 minutes max of West Virginia...
2014: Rolling thru Amerika on 18 Wheels. Volume XIV Maryland to Pennsylvania.
I've got nothing to report...