OK, first let me apologize for the following:
1. The lack of blogs over the last few weeks. Normal service should resume after Christmas.
2. The lack of photos on our blogs. My camera phone has been revoked by Porsche due to no longer being employed by them and I don't have the ability to download the photos from our camera either. Again, the new year will see a marked improvement in blog quality.
Right. Down to business. It is currently snowing in Ithaca. Should be about a foot when all is said and done. In order to facilitate plowing on our streets, vehicles should be parked on the odd numbered side of the street on odd days and even on even days. This rule is in effect from 2am-6am. So I parked both our cars on the even side of the street tonight, the 15th, in order that between 2 and 6 tomorrow morning, the 16th, the cars would be on the correct side. I get home from dinner with Norah (great time at the Ale House by the way) to find all the cars on what I think is the wrong side. So now I'm just confused. Does everyone go outside at midnight at do a syncronized 'side swap'? Maybe it's set to classical music and I'm always asleep? They use to do that with Back-hoes in England. It was very interesting to watch... but I digress. Norah says the first ticket is free anyway so I'm not too worried. Does anyone have any experience with this strange snowy phenomenon?
PS - I haven't forgotten about the windshield wiper/song syncro. It will be proven to you all - I promise!