I forgot to mention some more odd Vermont behavior on the start of my trip. Outside of Swanton I was deriving to NYCand behind me was an attractive woman in a pickup truck. I swerved and nearly went into a river to miss a woodchuck. The women behind me hit the woodchuck got out of the truck and tossed it in the back. Now some of you think that this was an attempt to keep the road clean. I do not want to even imagine pressed woodchuck with wild rice.
I spoke to my brother who just returned from Kuwait. He informed me that he had to salt his own butter, drink whole milk and there was no Yardley English Rose Lavender soap in his unit. I guess that means the folks in Kuwait are safe from Brian's visits.
I can only imagine a visit to Northern Vermont. Brian could eat a toe tag special breakfast until he found out the locals do not drink skim milk and salt their own butter. I am imagining a long lecture about serving woodchuck with squash and white wine. Of course Brian is an expert on everything except autoparts and bowling.
Rav Roov's kids did not fall asleep until 3 AM . Well they did notwake me up at 5AM and at least the kids know how to salt their own butter. However leaving your hand on the table is not a good idea . Shera almost took three of my fingers as I got too close to the potato chips. Jacob doesn't say much except in temple or at 5AM.
I will be back in VT and be able to get Peace and Quiet. The police raided the crack house around the corner. The North Wind should be in rare form when I return. I am certain I will get 50 questions pouting a temper tantrum. It is not easy being me but I am counting my blessings. I didn't get blown up on this trip. I did not have any unscheduled contact between my car and any wild animals. I still have all my fingers after having a meal with Shera. The local store does not sell Yardley English Rose Soap.
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