Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Apples and Flyingsaurus

Long trip with Apples. Some of them I'll call "on the verge." By Charleston a first generation of Fruit Fly had procreated, and by Beckley the fourth or fifth generation of Fruit Fly had clearly mutated into what I will call "Flyingsaurus." About the size of a Cluster Fly.

And if by chance you are ever persuaded to pause at the rest stop where you could some years ago feast on a dish called "Galloping Herd," the answer is they do sell fly swatters, aspirins and artisanal items, but not aerosol cans that squirt insect repelling spray.

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