WASHINGTON — It feels like a night-driving kind of day. I’m not sure why, 99% of the time that I’m towing it’s in daylight – just makes everything easier when you’re in an unfamiliar area with a trailer – but today I feel like waiting and leaving in the evening.
So I do.
I hitch up Cas after an early dinner, and pull out of the campground as the sun stands balanced on the horizon. The sky is clear and the wind is calm, good driving conditions. By the time I get on highway 81 heading south out of town, it’s already getting dark. Full beet piles stand illuminated at regular intervals along 81 and later along I29 – it looks like the rest of the sites in the area have finished as well.
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