Iceman Celebration Day 2016 - I Found the Ice End!


It was about a 7 hour drive from Eastlake, OH back to Milwaukee, WI. After the night I had (and frankly the entire trip), 7 hours seemed like an eternity to make it back to the safety and comfort of my home. On my journey back home I passed through downtown Cleveland and along Lake Erie. I saw them (as evident by these pictures from my car) but they didn't really do much for me. In Indiana I passed by Mishawaka, which Kevin and I called Mrs. Chewbacca many many years ago when we drove out to Washington D.C. I drove with the top down as long as I could, but eventually it did start raining. So I had to put the top up which really put a damper on my drive home. I tried to take it down when possible, but around Chicago I had to put it back up for good as the elements just didn't align with me having a good time. Eventually I made it back home and this Iceman Celebration Day trip came to the end. But what a trip it was...




When I got back home, my cat Korben Dallas was not very happy to see me. That's because all I wanted to do was snuggle with him and all he wanted to do was bite me and run away. He's probably just upset because I left him for nearly a week and someone else had to come over and be his food supply. I was able to lay back and reflect on this adventure and when I crunched the numbers, I came up with some stats about Iceman Celebration Day 2016 - it spanned 6 days, 1700 miles, 28 hours driving, 590 pictures/videos, 212 tweets and so many moments I can/not remember. That's ridiculous. But some am I. And I thank you for coming along with me on this journey. It wouldn't be an Iceman Celebration Day if there weren't people out there who cared enough about me to validate my important on this planet. Year 35 of my life started off with a shot right out of a cannon. I only hope that the rest of my life is as epic. It probably won't be, but here's hoping, right?