Sunday, July 20, 2008

Where Milk and Honey Flows . . .

In California, they have Hollywood.

They have Disneyland and Universal Studios (the part that didn’t burn).

They have the Sierra Nevada and Big Sur (the part that isn’t burning).

They have the Golden Gate, and the bridge that spans it.

They have all of that, and much, much more.

Including the highest gasoline prices that I have ever witnessed.

Don’t be alarmed, I didn’t pay this price. I had to buy it for a dime more a gallon later on that day because they had the cheapest price between Wasco and Shafter.

Don’t get me started on those names.

1 comment:

Trolleyfish said...

The high prices there are partially because of state taxes on gasoline, imposed in part for clean air efforts. Not such a bad idea.