[Sca-cooks] I need helpful suggestions
phlip at 99main.com
Wed Jan 30 10:49:58 PST 2008
Yes, good sense. While a drive like that is doable for people who are
younger and in good health, as long as they switch off, a drive of
more than 6 hours is not a good idea, considering Hroar's various
Get on the 'Net, locate an inexpensive motel or campground around the
halfway point, and take two days both to get there and come back. You
MIGHT be able to live on caffeine for the trip, but if you get too
much, you can be a wide awake idiot- possibly with an upset stomach.
Caffeine will keep you awake, but it doesn't make you cautious or
aware of your surroundings.
On Jan 30, 2008 1:38 PM, Huette von Ahrens <ahrenshav at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hroar and I are going to Estrella this year. However, it is a 10 hour drive for us one way
> and we are going to have to drive all night. I am very worried about doing this because it
> is such a long drive [yes, I am a Caidan] and because of us having to drive all night. We are
> planning on leaving at 9 pm and hoping to arrive by 7 am.
> What I need are suggestions of things to drink or eat that will keep me awake enough to drive
> safely. Unfortunately, I hate the taste of coffee, so that is out. I was going to stock up
> on Jolt Cola, but I have been unable to find any in my area [Los Angeles CA]. Do any of you
> have any helpful and legal suggestions as to what to use in order to keep awake while driving?
> My thoughts are whirled like a potter's wheel; King Henry VI, part I: I, v
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Heat it up
Hit it hard
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