The scenery got a lot better after leaving Indiana and Ohio.
It seemed like we went downhill a lot between Buffalo NY and Worcester MA.
I suppose that means I will be going uphill on the way back tomorrow and the next day.
Glad I am not doing this on a bike.
That last bullet point was supposed to be in italics, but my iPad won’t cooperate.
Did I tell you yesterday’s lobster roll post was done on my phone?
Speaking of technology, the satnav in my car is awesome sauce. (Although it was extremely helpful to have a second pair of eyes sometimes.)
QGD1 and I listened to Al Franken’s latest book for most of the trip. Fun!
Folks in the Boston area use otherwise idle land next to the expressway for some largish solar panel arrays. (Yay!)
The road system in the Boston area is awfully complicated. (Boo!)
Did I mention how useful the satnav was? (Yay!)
I am very glad I didn’t have to navigate it with a paper map.
There were upperclassmen hanging around in front of QGD1’s residence hall for the express purpose of unloading cars and helping move incoming students’ belongings to their rooms.
More awesome sauce!
The area between Worcester, where I am staying, and Medford, where Tufts is located, is amazingly rugged. Steep hills and deep ravines (although the expressways were relatively level) and everything heavily wooded.