The road trip today is spent mostly running lengthwise through the state of Indiana. I can tell you from experience that residents there move rather swiftly. Thus, it is somewhat surprising that it will take over 6 hours to cover 407 miles between the two towns, a mere pace of 65.3mph. Well, let’s get to it, I guess, and try to make up some time.
There is a bit of flurry activity currently ongoing in Michigan. That’s generally a statement you could make throughout the winter, but it’s more robust than it typically is thanks to the looming storm prepared to batter the east coast. As it wraps up towards New England, though, the snow in Michigan will peter out, and high pressure sliding into the Plains will win out. Expect a very pleasant drive, with a fresh veneer of white over the city when we arrive in Lansing.