Monday, May 12, 2008

The Natural State

That's what the license plate now says. It used to be Land of Opportunity, so I don't know if opportunity stopped knocking or what. I doubt it. There are still vast areas of plain old space here, though development is sprawling in other areas.

I will be returning home soon, dear reader, and I must go outside and sun myself just a little bit more. Weather delightful. Wish you were here.

A bientot


At 1:45 AM , Blogger sandman1 said...

Funny how we re-use names in this country -- I confirmed with the blow-up of that map you posted that yes, it does say Boston (Mts) on it. And in the bigger version I also see Jacksonville and Cleveland and Stuttgart and Newport. Surely there's no port anywhere near Newport, is there? (Stuttgart Germany is where Mercedes Benz is headquartered.)

But I suppose the bigger versions of those cities that come to my mind copied their names from somewhere else too.

At 5:52 AM , Blogger chiefbiscuit said...

Methinks the climate /weather is more conducive to your nature than New England's?
Enjoy yourself - don't hurry back - altho ' we dear readers do miss you! :(

At 6:44 AM , Blogger Becky Motew said...

sm, you have surely noticed the same phenomenon here in New England, right? Truro? Shrewsbury? Marlboro? They say in all there are only seven plots to a story? Maybe there are only seven town names....

DB, the weather there is great, but gets far too hot for the likes of me in the summer. That's why I always go in May!!!



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