I've been back to work post-vacation for three days. For most of the six trips back and forth between home and office, I've managed to see some really strange things.
1. Hot pink Mercedes - no marketing stickers, just some dude (yes, dude) in a hot pink luxury sedan.
2. What I can only describe as venetian blind style rims. They may have been on a Lexus, but I'm not sure. I was too busy trying to figure out what was blinding me.
3. Mid-size truck that looked like a drivable Timberland boot. WTF?
4. Car from Massachusetts speeding - as in like 65MPH or more - down the SHOULDER of I-76. Morning rush was practically nonexistent. But this cat was clipping along like it was the HOV lane.
I was honestly sad when tonight's trip home was uneventful.
On to the beer review. Vertigo Brewing's Apricot Cream Ale brews in Hillsboro, Oregon and I found the Apricot Cream Ale on draught at Henry's Tavern in Portland, Oregon. First off, Portland is a beer lover's paradise. Second, Henry's is awesome. They have something like a hundred taps -- pouring all sorts of delightful brews. I originally wrote about Henry's here.