Yesterday's post: I arrived in Oklahoma City, dodging rain and storms all along the way. The northern panhandle of Oklahoma is prettier than I expected - rolling green valleys with deep orange earth.
And it was very windy. A three Advil dismount to sooth my aching arms and shoulders. If you come to one of my upcoming events, ask me to show you my new muscles.
I noticed something very promising relative to the energy crisis - lots of wind farms. This is a good sign for our needs to get less addicted to oil. On this trip I have driven through five or six big wind farms, mostly in California and Texas. These big and beautiful fields of white mills are amazing to look at.
That said, the sight of wind farms by the roads ahead are a signal that I will likely get hit with WIND. The gusts rock me left and right.
Wind is my mucky muck - my resistance. Slowing me down and lowering my efficiency.
What's slowing you down? See it coming by looking for the wind farms (visible sources of resistance). Chart a course around the wind and move forward fast.
Time to do another no-rain dance as the forecasts are for rain tomorrow. May a butterfly flap its wings and push the rain aside.