I just got back from being in Canada for thanksgiving. It was nice to be back in Canada and have a break from America. It was also interesting making normal purchases with American dollars with no exchange value and yes, I know I lost some money by using American dollars, but am glad I am at least helping the Canadian dollar get stronger.
My mother also made her very first tofurkey, it pretty much tasted very similar to the tofurkey I ate last year that was purchased from Wegman's. We had plenty to eat, and I am pretty sure the carnivores were glad they had more dead turkey to themselves. Let's just hope they do not become intoxicated with salmonella or e-coli.
As we got near Rochester, I noticed a grey car parked on the side of the road and lucky for me I thought it was a police car and quickly slowed down, and all of sudden three police cars were visible, one came onto the road and got behind me. I thought I was doomed, but the pig's car zoomed past me and pulled over the car I was following. Just in less than 30 or 45 seconds we saw four narc cars within a strip of 1/8 miles and three of them had already pulled over three cars!
How's that for making I-90 more dangerous! I drove all the way in Canada on the 401 and 403 (feels good not using letters for Canadian highways!) going at 130 to 150 kilometers per hour with no fear of pigs pulling me over. My only fear was having to slow down for slow cars in front of me.