where’s the problem
The first time I had to drive across the state in a place wasn’t Texas, I was amazed we made the drive in less than two hours.
This map shows (roughly) how large the Lone Star State is. Points in the map’s red section are closer to somewhere in Texas than the opposite sides of Texas are to each other.
That’s right: You can be in Fargo, or Atlanta, or San Diego … and be closer to Texas than Texas is to itself.
That’s what the map above says. Texas is big.
why all texans I know are nonplussed by 5+ hour drives
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA THIS IS SO TRUE IT HURTS
high speed shaking! 😀