Thursday, March 27, 2014
Having Myself A Mighty Fine Time Stuck Behind A Fort Worth Truck Blockade
I don't think I wandered the Target aisles at a high enough speed to reach any level of aerobic benefit, because I did not perceive any endorphins being generated.
I opted out of going to any of my regular hiking biking locations because the weather is being a bit inclement.
That and I had myself a mighty fine time during my morning hot tub hydrotherapy session and multiple semi-cool pool dips.
In the picture above the sky does not look to be stormy. That is the view through my windshield. The view via the rear view mirror was looking stormy.
At the location above I found myself stuck in an unwanted roadblock. You are looking west on John T. White Road, where it crosses I-820. The truck and trailer combo was having a hard time making a turn, driving up on the median.
And then a Fort Worth cop showed up.
It took two green light cycles before the truck driver was able to get his truck to go where he wanted it to. Where he wanted to go turned out to need a U-Turn, heading back east on John T. White Road.
I thought a U-Turn was a no-no at this location.
But, apparently, blocking traffic, driving up on a median and making a U-Turn where U-Turns are a no-no is not a ticket worthy offense, like, for instance, driving too slow, in a traffic-free neighborhood, without clicking ones seat belt.
The Fort Worth cop simply continued heading west, ignoring the traffic blocking truck driver who was heading east.
Eventually I successfully made it past the stoplight....