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For those unfamiliar with Austen's work and wishing to procure an appreciation of this most wonderful writer, here are my suggestions in which order to read the books.

The state work crews had placed signs out on I-35 at about the Hydraulic exit in the south part of the city warning of this accident. The state work crews had trucks out directing people to move over to the right hand lane to make an exit along any of the three exits from Harry to Kellogg.

Interesting? How about a complete "astrological" driver's profile? According to the website, here are the Astrological Signs that had the most influence over drivers, causing them to have the greatest number of tickets and accidents, from worst to best.

Have you ever been walking down the street and suddenly got a hunch to walk to the other side of the street or turn into a store or speed up your walking speed? Have you ever met somebody and instantly liked them or instantly mistrusted them - not based on anything in particular other than your gut feeling?

When we got hit twice within the last two weeks with a few inches of snow here in the Tennessee Valley there was a lot of dancing going on - unfortunately it was more like the electric slide mixed with line dancing when trying to stay out of harms way on Interstate 75. There was a 20 traffic pile up and a smaller 12 traffic pile in my area and hundreds of accidents on the slick mountain roads. You had to do a quick two-step to stay ahead of the mess. You don't get extra points for a triple Axel unless it involves more than two vehicles.

From Fernley to Tonopah we drove an additional 6 hours. It was as bad in Tonopah as it had been in Reno. I felt blessed that we'd traveled thus far without incident. Heather and I had formed a routine of communication. When lights would appear in the distance, she would call out "Snowplow" which meant to slow to a crawl because we'd soon be in a white-out as they drove by, blinding us with the offspray of snow. I'd give her a heads-up on cars coming up from behind so she wouldn't think I'd dozed if she heard repetitive thumping sounds from shoulder grooves when I'd scoot over to allow for passers. I wouldn't go so far as to say we were getting good at this, but we'd quickly come up with survival skills. It was a team effort.

The back nine is a much better challenge than the front. It starts with yet another great par five, and like the two long holes on the front, is virtually unreachable in two. Every step of the way, accuracy is required on this hole, first with a fairway metal or long iron through a window that stays short of a creek, then another long shot that avoids a watery grave that lines the entire right side of the fairway. We played this one like we knew what we were doing, with Hansard rolling a ten-footer for birdie while I wasn't disappointed with a par.

click here from shore, this old wreck is a must-see. At a stunning 300 feet in length, this steam ship is older than the Titanic. The only downside to diving this wreck is that it rests in a harbor entrance. You'll need a guide for this one and Tours are available on Sundays.