When you’re not driving, you have more time to notice the passing roadscape.
There are some good road names along the way.
It’s such a relief when subdividers leave the clichéd street names for more creative nomenclature.
My high school chemistry and physics teacher once told us about a subdivision where the streets were named after folks such as Watt, Ohm, Faraday, Tesla, and Galvani. What a charge, to name a street after Faraday! Drive down Faraday Street, take a left on Tesla, and you’ll soon be Ohm.
This next street name leaves a nice, uh, impression, wouldn’t you say?
We passed an orange fire hydrant.
Wait! Now they’re blue?
But wait!! Now they’re red!
And what’s that, up in the road ahead?
My wife says it looks like a tooth…
But we agree that it’s a heart, and must have something to do with Valentine’s Day.
Which is only a month away.