The weather is very "Fork"-ish* this week in my part of the world. Cold, rainy, windy and foggy.
Not at all my cup of tea.
In the evenings I typically use the Blue Ridge Parkway to avoid the traffic. Besides that, the parkway provides some beautiful scenery for my commute. (Here's the visual.)
However in the mornings I find that the interstate is a lot quicker and it's more convenient if I need to stop to get gas, make a CVS pit stop, or grab breakfast. The interstate doesn't have the same visuals that the parkway does except for this:
The star is our most famous landmark. That is how it looks at night and this is how I see it most mornings.
Now see if you can find it this morning...
Eh, not so much.
So you're thinking that I didn't have a star sighting right?
You would be so wrong. Maybe.
I was following this well known face down the interstate this morning:
Apparently Bret has written a book, aptly named Roses & Thorns which he is actively promoting with a picture of his mug on a travel trailer that is being pulled by a coach bus.
I don't actually know if Bret was on the bus but I was thisclose to beeping the horn & waving at the bus like a mad woman just in case.
As you can see I use the term "star" pretty loosely.
*Why yes, that is a Twilight reference.