Road trip observations

When you drive through the Bible Belt, as I did recently covering 3200 miles in 11 days, you aren’t surprised by the giant crosses of stainless steel or aluminum along the highway every so many miles.
What is surprising is the number of adult book stores just as conspicuous. EZ on, EZ off, just like a gas station or fast food restaurant.
I’m not drawing any conclusions, just making an observation.
Here’s another.
I wound up eating in a few Bob Evans restaurants during my trip and took note that in each there was a customer who looked the part of Bob Evans, himself, if there is such a person. A guy with a friendly face, ample belly, tan chinos and suspenders.
At least that’s how I picture Bob Evans.
Superb French toast, by the way.

Ed Ackerman