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Wednesday, October 20, 2004
Surrounded by tall powerline towers, I wake and find myself in a Wal-Mart parking lot.
I'm feeling a little better today. Thank goodness for that, because moral-wise, yesterday was a bit of a low point in my trip, probably the lowest. The weather is looking up too, I'm hopeful the clouds will burn off soon.
My drive today will take me from the northern suburb of North Reading, MA to Boston, MA where I'll stay for a while to check out the city's sights and scenery. I don't wish to overnight in the city, so I'll push south down to Wareham, MA in preparation for tomorrow's tour of Cape Cod.
To get to Boston, I'm forced to take the Interstate, much to my displeasure.
Hey! Let's play the car game again! Yesterday I didn't have a whole lot of luck taking candid shots of passers-by. We can't see the driver in this one, but I can see in the backseat. Apparently he's a business man because his jacket is hanging in the back, and apparently he's patriotic due to the little American flag he's pitched in the rear window.
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