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04 May 2010 @ 06:32 pm
1349.3 miles later..  
I MADE IT! And I'm updating without a voicepost on LJ. (those are annoying)

Though I'm having to sit outside in the truck since mom is gone to a school play for D. *headdesk*

By the way, NEVER and I'm emphasizing this... NEVER take 64 West through Tennessee. It's schizophrenic with going back and forth from 2, 3 and 4 lanes, having construction sporadically where they're widening the highway (blasting sites are bonus points!)

I have no idea whose wireless I'm highjacking at the moment to do this update but once I find out if mom actually has internet (the way this wifi is flying, I'm praying its mom's), I'll post some of the pictures I took of my road trip. Mostly landscapes and a little bit of the flooding in Tennessee. I'm glad I didn't have to go through Savannah, TN later in the week because the river near it hasn't crested yet and the water is still up to the roadway. I drove through that area about 30 mph because it sorta freaked me out. LOL

Yoda had me worried for the last leg of this trip because I couldn't get him to eat or drink anything really since yesterday afternoon, but after I pulled into mom's and walked him around her backyard he finally ate some dinner. Still hasn't drank anything yet but his water dish is where he can easily get to it.

I'm sure once he gets over his 'trip-lag' he'll be fine, especially once he and Minnie have their reunion.

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tesserae_ on May 5th, 2010 01:11 am (UTC)
Glad you got there safely! I can't drive more than about 300 miles ia day without turning into a dead bug - my back doesn't really like driving these days...
ninja007ninja007 on May 5th, 2010 04:09 am (UTC)
Glad you made it safely.

Sorry that you're back with your mom. I remember all the posts from the last time and mourn your loss of independence.

The flooding is really scary. Very. Nashville is a MESS.