Be careful if you decide to drive the bus north...especially on 99 in the fog...my parents used to tell me stories about their trips to Frisco...invariably there would be a Greyhound bus off the road in a ditch somewhere...
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Thanks for the tips Darrell. I would never take advantage of a woman's vulnerabilities. I've done that kind of a date before and I'm still single for my whole life and no girl-friend for last 25 years. Just looking something, anything. Maybe a bus
Well, of course there's no girlfriend for the last 25 years. You're thinking of hypermiling a bus, and that's more interesting .
What does the lady like to do? Maybe she'd enjoy a trip to the Ahmanson Theater for a symphony or musical. I had a magical date there to see Michael Crawford sing in Phantom of the Opera, followed by a drive up US1 and dinner at sunset overlooking the ocean near Malibu. Make sure you make the dinner reservations ahead of time.
Thanks, SentraSE. I don't know what she likes to do because I haven't talked to her much yet. This is the wrong forum to be talking about a love connection, but I sure appreciate your tips on a date scenario.
I trimmed one of the plants in my front yard in the shape of a heart to project some love vibes across the street where she lives. Don't know if she's noticed it yet. It still needs to grow out a little.
The bus idea is probably a bad one, so I'll work on a date of some kind. Then when she says get-lost, I'll move.
Start small, with an offer of coffee or dinner, or mention you have two tickets to some local event like a play or sports event (you can buy them later). If the conversation flows effortlessly, call her again. If it's awkward, look elsewhere.