I don't know why they call it Canyon county, there isn't a canyon anywhere near it, so I figure the people there might be blind.
If you ever run upon a 2C Idaho plate, that means that they are driving slow in the fast lane and driving over mile markers in the slow lane.
Be very careful not to get caught behind one of these drivers, because it says in the driver manual for canyon county to drive slow after they are in front of someone.
When entering the freeway, people here like to drive 35 or 45 mph on the ramp to merge with traffic going 70.
It's quite entertaining to have to weave around the car to avoid an accident, because we have semi-trucks going 75.
This driver was in a hurry, she was going 45 on the freeway(it's 65)
No, we don't have palm trees, movie stars(except Wilford Brimley) or the beach, but we have the smog and the gridlock.
Whatever you do don't drive through the Mcdonald's/Chevron corridor by Main St. around 4:00 to 6:00 because the Meridianites like to buy at the peak hours of the day.
You know, we have Home Depot and Winco.
Plus, the freeway is next to it, happy day!!
After you pay your ticket, you will probably want to get a cab or just walk.
We haven't got a subway or lightrail yet.