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January 23, 2005


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Pamela Hawkins

What memories indeed? You are just a wee bit older than I, but I, too, created stories out of passing roadside scenery.

Seatbelts? Hey, it takes more than a couple of straps to inhibit imagination. I can still turn my head and look out the window :-).

Bill Ives

Pamela - Thanks for your comment. It is nice to hear that others did this form of travel entertainment. Ihope thar a few still do this today. When I was older and driving a lot in college to visit a friend at another college, I used to pretend that I was driving George Washington and others from my history classes and describe the current world that we were passing as a way to stay awake. It actually helped on my exams, too.

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