Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Chris and I sat at breakfast this morning, slowly chewing on our yummy oatmeal and talking about how I filled the "assignment" Chris gave me to check out the other side of the river from where we took our walk.
"Oh, so I didn't tell you before -- the trail in the other direction, away from the lookout point, is really boring."
"Yeah. It's mostly just buildings and powerlines and cornfields, and since it's past harvest those are nothing to look at anyway! There was a bridge not far from where I finally turned around, but even that was kinda boring. I got excited though, because right after that, an unpaved trail splits off of the paved one. I followed it -- it's twisty and forest-y. The trail gets sandy, and then you realize it's lead you to the waterfront. Which is cool, until you read the sign that says something like 'THIS COULD BE REALLY POLLUTED. YOU ARE PROBABLY GOING TO DIE, and you start to notice that there's sand in your shoes, and it's probably eating away at your foot and giving you cancer."
"So, you could say it's literally eating away at your sole?"
Heh heh. Oh, husband.
To be honest, the best part was that I didn't get the pun initially.
Heh heh. Oh, me.
at 11:29 AM