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January 27th, 2011
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poking my head out
Driving home last night from the post-burial gathering in Bethesda should have taken about 20 minutes or so, and took more than two hours. One surprising thing I noticed was how much better the roads in DC were than the ones in Maryland. Further, a whole bunch of folks from Silver Spring will be doing shabbat in DC because there isn't any power in their neighborhood. I think if I were ever considering moving, I would want to take reliability of basic services into account, but I don't know anyone who does.

Tonight, we began principal basic-track recording for the new Franchise CD, and I think we have a solid take of Return to Me. Yay!

Current Location: home
Current Mood: tiredtired
Current Music: A Perfect Circle, "Thomas"
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From:georgetowner
Date:January 28th, 2011 04:12 am (UTC)
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The news about recording getting underway is welcome. I'm happy to hear it. I'll be even happier to hear the result!

Regarding the weather, be happy you got home. A colleague from work left at 7 PM. At 7 AM, he called in from his Jeep, still 15 miles from home. (Then again, maybe that'll teach him to live in Hagerstown and work in DC!)
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From:thegameiam
Date:January 28th, 2011 04:31 am (UTC)
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Driving to Herndon this morning, I was surprised at all of the abandoned vehicles in the middle of the Dulles Toll Road - the plows had gone around them, and the cars were resting on little bubbles of snow. What I wondered was where did the people actually go? The DTR is limited access, and not terribly close to many residential areas, so was there a flood of long-distance walkers? Also, given that these cars were one-by-one, it seemed like all of the people around them were able to move, so I'm surprised that they couldn't.
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