You’ll laugh at the absurdity of highway traffic and jams even when you travel before summer sunrise and afterward you’ll laugh to a TV bit where a dude is surprised by this and compares it to Mad Max and says “Stay out of the highway on Fridays” and you’ll comment how absurd it is that we no longer have traffic jams on some of the border crossings but we do have them near tollbooths just because everyone needs to pick a little paper that tells the people still employed in tollbooths how much they need to charge you.
You’ll come back from your summer vacation and write an engaging piece about a summer vacation.
I enjoyed this Shime. I really liked how you addressed the often unacknowledged part of vacations - that sometimes the best part of being away is that it helps you appreciate all the little happenings of being at home.
The ending resonated with me. Part of the joy of travel is the joy of returning home.