We left this morning on our grand world tour, after getting our Annie Palmer Special (white Toyota Corolla) at the local Hertz/drug- front.
The guy that rented us the car didn't even check to see if we had insurance, I passed their credit check with no problem and there was a dead palm tree and water dripping from the ceiling... all signs point to that place not being there when we get back.
We're now near the OH/KY border and our GPS is trying to kill us. We asked it for a Panera bread (on account of the free internet) and it led us four miles through a very low-rent area where we saw a lady with no limbs riding a motorized wheelchair down the street.
It has also told me to turn around and go home, drive into oncoming traffic and park sideways across three lanes of highway. I swear. Ask Aaron.
I fell on my tailbone and broke the cooler (those events are related) already, so that temporary health insurance I purchased is seeming like a superb idea. Incidentally, my car and my body now both have a $500 deductible.
We're on our way to Mammoth Cave and from there we're going to visit my family in Knoxville.