My self imposed criteria for not being crazy when I see something strange is to have either a picture or a witness. So this following true as I experienced story, may fit the crazy part as I have no pictures or witnesses. I did have a ton of text message traffic between me, a friend, and the Hubby but in the end none of that fits the criteria.
First scary exists everywhere! If you believe that anything is possible then it opens you right up to the chaos of the world. To be able to see it and then capture it in words is a talent. Here are a couple of bloggers (and remember scary is in the imagination of the writer and the reader) who have scary takes in some of their stories.
I really don’t try to be strange or to have strange things happen around me. I really don’t scare easy either. Although, the universe sometimes has other plans for me and thus the Hummm file continues.
To start the week of scary here at The Cedar Journal I promised that I would post our scary cemetery story on the week of Halloween. I now realize that a great deal of travel and other scary stuff has happened to me since then and so by the end of the week this may just seem like cool photos of a nice Scottish Cemetery.
So when I pulled into Wabasha, Minnesota from two days of travel smell and road dust on me I am sure I did not look like a sit behind a desk travel blogger. In fact, I am sure I felt and acted like I did when I emerged out of the BWCA three years ago. All I wanted was a shower and a good meal!
On day two I had already filled my day along the road, yet it was still early, only mid morning. It was 10:30 am Sunday when I headed out of Afton State Park . I continued my trip along the West side of the St Croix River. I knew that the St Croix linked with the Mississippi River around Hastings, Minnesota. I had been there earlier in the Spring and had marked my map on the route I would take.
As I started day two of my Great River Road trip I woke to a mist and the sun peaking over the horizon. I put on my coffee and started the repacking of the car.