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    Posted by Jonathan on January 28th, 2004 (All posts by )

    a road less traveled except maybe by people who drive really fast when no one else is around

     

    13 Responses to “Photo”

    1. jsb Says:

      “Son, do you know how fast you were goin’?”

    2. B of P Says:

      So relaxing.

    3. Sylvain Galineau Says:

      Let it be known that nothing is taboo on this blog. Even skidmarks.

    4. Richard A. Heddleson Says:

      A fine demonstration of American respect for law and order.

    5. Jonathan Says:

      I don’t see much harm in driving fast on deserted roads, now that you mention it. Or were you being facetious?

      BTW, there’s a comparison of traffic death rates by country here. The U.S. comes out ahead of many countries, so it doesn’t seem likely that we are especially reckless or contemptuous of traffic laws.

    6. Fred Boness Says:

      “Son, do you know how fast you were goin’?”

      “Uh, yes. Do you know how fast I was goin’?”

      “Yes, son, I do.”

      “Darn.”

    7. Sylvain Galineau Says:

      It’s a mess around here. The signs on the side of the road say 108, on the highway it says 95. As far as I know they’re speed limits.

    8. Robert Schwartz Says:

      That picture made me think of summer. When I look outside it is winter. Bitter Cold and Snowing.

      Ah. Summer. Summer makes me happy.

    9. Jonathan Says:

      Robert, I feel the same way. This photo is from a very enjoyable bike ride that I did in August. It kindles good memories whenever I look at it.

    10. John Farren Says:

      Whereabouts is it anyway? I know it must be in the US, but it looks it looks remarkably similar to some little roads around where I live (i.e. Worcestershire, UK).

    11. Jonathan Says:

      Maryland suburbs of Washington, DC.

    12. James R. Rummel Says:

      “Son, do you know how fast you were goin’?”

      “Hey, you’re the one with the radar!!!”

      James

    13. In-Cog-Nito Says:

      Very peaceful