"I remember the family travels
from Old Bridge [on the Turnpike]. Albeit, my view of the journey was
from the back of my dad's . . . station wagon . . . from my view, all
of the New Jersey Turnpike was backwards. . . . I [eventually] graduated
to the front seat of my folk's new Chevy Nova. It was in that front
seat that I saw a pair of pheasants flying parallel to the Turnpike.
. . . The Rahway State Prison was an ominous sight. The 'Dutch Boy'
paint plant always assured me of the time and temperature."
John C., Austin, Texas, 2000