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Life on the road......can just suck....

But today...not so much....








It's good to get the free upgrades in hotel rooms .

It's been a very long week so far. Lot's and lot's and lot's of driving with someone else at the wheel. As some of you may know, this is not a good thing. Finding a nice bed at the end of the day can make all of the diffence as to whether or not I'm just going to one little cranky woodland creature the next day.

Recap of the week so far:
Miles driven..unknow as I'm not driving
Starbucks.... 0 as I'm not driving
Cranky factor...."HIGH" as I'm not driving

I want my trusty steed, the wind in my fur...........It's been a very long week.

Comments

Kelsgarden said…
hey, that truck drives n-i-ce

and it knows where ALL the Starbucks are located . . .

{evil cackle}

I love when you try to be a good passenger . . . with your invisible brake pedal . . .

{evil cackle fade out}
Anonymous said…
What a nice, fluffy little nest you have! Coincidentally, I put new shavings down in the hamster lair last week (aka new mattress). Also very fluffy; so good on the delicate hamster-flesh! However now a platypus keeps crawling in under the covers at night. Platypi like fluffiness too.
Anonymous said…
That don't look like no HIE? You shacked up in one of them fancy CA hotels, like a Super 8?

:-)
Me said…
I think you should take the wheel and do the driving the rest of the week.
Woodchuck said…
Best Western Resort...nice place.

Woodchucks were born to drive...not ride...
Bert said…
`I want my trusty steed, the wind in my fur'...

Ever thought of songwriting?

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