Males/Females and 'the end of the road'
Ginny and I enjoy driving to 'the end of the road'. In Newfoundland it typically means driving to these little outport towns that until recently (in my lifetime) were only serviced by boats, basically closed communities of a few families. However these roads exist every where.
One of the poster's suggested there may be an 'end of the road' attitude difference between men and women. If you have a comment please post it.
His words follow but anything about your experience at the end of the road may be interesting to others.
I think we men more often say "I want to drive to the end" when the other half says "It's the end there, turn around!"
Along those lines - I always say "If I can drive in there, I should be able to back out of there." That is in theory, of course.
May all your endings be beginnings....
Norm and Ginny
2014 Honda Odyssey
1991 Scamp 16