I took a little drive this morning to explore the area over by the Connecticut line. The road was hilly and very winding. At one point I had to brake very hard because I didn't realize how sharp the curve was. When I was through it I said (out loud), "gee, why in the hell don't they mark that - it's dangerous". About that time I came to another giant curve and said "They did mark it, read the signs, Marty". I had to laugh at myself - I used to talk to Lady about these sorts of things but now I just have to talk to myself!
It is difficult to keep my eye on the road - I like to look at the houses, yards, farms, etc. along the way, and try to imagine living there.
I didn't stop to take any pictures as the trees are still bare, with the exception of willows. I was busy looking at the woods and the mountains - not really high mountains as you would find further west, but mountains all the same and very beautiful in profile.
I'm going to work on the next puzzle for a little while - a 1000 piece puzzle of a collage of Coca Cola ads. I haven't had a Coke in over 40 years, but I bet the ads get to a lot of folks and makes them want a Coca Cola.