||[Aug. 27th, 2011|08:05 pm]
I drive aimlessly when I want to relax. Today, for example, I drove nearly 200 miles along random roads here in Oklahoma. I've visited towns too small for a single streetlight, historical markers, county museums and no-name bars. I've noticed something: the two most common places of business are banks and salons. How do four female hair places stay open within a square mile of eachother when the town they're in is too small for a single streetlight?