So after four days in Milwaukee, I'm now back home in Lafayette. I spent the last three weekends away from home, and needless to say, I'm more than happy to be back. Don't get me wrong, between visiting family and friends, I had a lot of fun these last few weeks, but the very nature of travel is downright exhausting sometimes.
I'm a person who usually enjoys driving. One of my favorite things is hitting the open road and just going... which is why you need to understand the following: I have no desire to get on the freeway any time soon.
Last year when I came home from Thanksgiving, I did so on a Saturday instead of a Sunday, and the roads were fairly normal. What I didn't count on was just how many people would be traveling on I-65 the Sunday after Thanksgiving. What is normally a four hour trip turned into a five to six hour trip. Visibility was terrible, the roads were packed, and it was an overall miserable experience.
After all of that, I'm happy to say I won't have to hit the road like that until Christmas weekend, and that is still just under a month away.
With my lack of travel, and a little more time to breathe with my comics though, I think my plan for this weekend is to lie around and do absolutely nothing. I'm amazingly good at doing absolutely nothing, and I think it's about time I went back to doing said task.
Now now, that Wind farm is outside of Wolcott... Or hpwever you spell it. It's a good half hour before Lafayette. Also, the whole thing has gotten better traffic wise since the patched the gigantic car sized potholes