After almost two weeks and 2200 miles, I arrived back home last night.
Sure enjoyed the cheaper gas and filled up for a low of around $2.46 in Wytheville, Virginia, on Monday. The last several trips to N.C., I paid around $3.30 to $3.80. Big savings. Thanks Big Oil for taking less of a profit and helping your country.
All sorts of temp changes on the way home. Leaving Goldsboro, N.C., it was upper 40s and 72 degrees in Mt. Airy around noon. Going up the mountain side into Virgina, it dropped to 40 degrees in a matter of minutes. Then stayed in the lower 30s the rest of the way that day. All day yesterday it was 28-32 degrees.
Miserable driving the last two days with rain and drizzle all through West Virginia and southeast Ohio. Yesterday, I had black ice and freezing rain from Richmond, Indiana, to Indianapolis and then overcast, but dry the rest of the way home.
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