So it was lovely day. A day where one just had to pull out the motorcycle and go for a ride. Yup, the sun was shining, the birds were tweeting, and Blueberry was rolled out. Gear was put on and I was ready to rock and roll.
It wasn't until I got to the end of my driveway when I realized that there would be no adventure to be had for there was no road to drive on. It done gone and left. I gazed at the rubble that was once my road with a broken heart. My driveway, and those of my neighbors, was blocked by busted pieces of road.
Isn't the county supposed to notify you when they decide to tear up your perfectly fine road? Like a letter stating:
"Dead Resident of the perfectly-fine road,
Please don't have an emergency requiring hospitalization (or a life) on such and such day because you won't be able to leave until the cows come home.
Those who love to waste tax-payers' money on tearing up perfectly fine roads."
I mean, would that be too much to ask for? I now understand the incentive of a lifted pick-up truck with off-roading tires. Ah, I guess it's the world's way of telling me to get on those repairs.
Happy adventures, and send me a picture!
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