over the past couple days, i have seen license plates from a variety of places while on my 20-mile commute to work.
in order of appearance:
connecticut is nearly 1,000 miles away. new mexico is 1,200. north dakota around 1,300. california over 2,100.
what are these people doing here?
have they moved here and not yet changed their license?
are they visiting on business?
are they on vacation?
if they are on vacation, i wouldn't expect to see them on my commute. they'd be much more likely to go to one of the tourist areas and stay there.
if they are on business from california, well... come on. they'd take a plane.
most likely thing i can think of is that they have moved here. from what i have heard, nearly 100 people move into this area every day, so it only stands to reason we'd get some from faraway places.
not in the past couple days, but in the past i have seen alaska plates, and also some from canada. that's a long way to drive a car, just to have that car when you get to your new location. i mean, you're putting a lot of miles on it in one pop. how great can that car be? sell it and get another when you get here.
unless you don't have much stuff. maybe you just pack up your stuff in your car and moved it all down. no moving vans for you!
that'd be pretty sweet, actually. i mean, not that i don't heart my toast rack like, a lot-lot, but to only have as much stuff as will fit in the car... or, even better, to only have enough stuff as will fit in the car while still having space to see out the back window.
if my life had that kinda simplicity, i'd put it in my car and haul it a couple thousand miles, just because i could.