There’s one thing that isn’t altogether fun about traveling between Los Angeles and San Francisco on a holiday adventure. That is the traffic. I left relatively early and noticed that the actual drive out of town to the 5 freeway was surprisingly clear and quick. However once I hit the 5 freeway it became a completely different story. A story of traffic and traffic that made no sense.
I’m sure that the 5 freeway isn’t the only freeway in a state in our nation that has traffic issues. The 15 between Las Vegas and Los Angeles had this problem in the past. However they’ve started widening it to 3 lanes both ways which has improved things pretty well. They ought to do the same for the 5. It’s that simple. People like to drive. Some people like to drive slow and others don’t. Time to alleviate that problem.
Today is a waiting game on the studio computer. They’re replacing things to see if that solves issues. There’s the possibility it will be today but I’m not holding my breath. But I do need to get some things together as best as possible as I finally have a meeting where the Library is going in for a the final run thru. It’s gonna be an interesting week and month. With all the archiving needing to be done and new projects that are supposed to be coming across my desk.
Speaking of traffic I’m rolling with a tune from some decades past. Crosstown Traffic should be updated here for Crosscountry Traffic. Good ‘ol Jimi Hendrix. If there is a guitar player on the planet that had a bigger amount of hype surrounding him and his talent I don’t know who it would be. There’s not much to be said other than for a power trio they certainly created a big sound. Powerful guitars, slamming bass, and deft drums. It works. Then there’s the vocals that are sprinkled over the top of all that music. It’s a recipe for his greatness.
Don’t have it? Go get it!