And about 2 and a half hours later, we were on a British Airways plane for Newark, New Jersey.
We landed about 2pm (New Jersey time) and got our rental car and headed out onto the New Jersey roads. We had not driven from Newark Airport in some years (having gone into New York’s JFK a few times). New Jersey has some of the worst planned major roads I have ever driven in the U.S.; they clearly contribute to the state’s high accident rate. (In fact, ask many people in especially the northeast U.S. about “Jersey drivers” and your first response may be, “They are really bad.” In reality, it’s probably mostly the roads; their designers were insane.)
Without incident, we got to my father’s house an hour and half away in northeast Pennsylvania:
We are here to see him and spend Thanksgiving.
Unlike back in May, we have seen no large wildlife behind his house this time (yet). LOL!
The bears are hibernating by now.
Have a good day, wherever you are. 🙂