I am a meteorologist and a former youth leader at church…I have a lot to say on both subjects…and then some
I was listening to the most emailed stories for Friday, August 18, 2006 on NPR (this is a podcast, but it was an article that was on All Things Considered, I think). Low and behold, a series that they have been doing called, “A Hundred Bucks of Gas,” briefly mentioned the town I grew up in, Fennville, MI.
Elizabeth: I make it a whole hour before I need a bathroom break. So we take advantage of the stop -– and a shiny-clean restroom -– to gas up at the Fennville, Mich., Shell Station. A tank of gas costs 44 bucks.
Very Interesting, read or listen to the whole thing.
Fennville, MI gets mentioned in an NPR story
At least the restroom was “shiny-clean” it could have been much worse, nee?