Mrs. Paco and I went down to the DMV to get our North Carolina drivers' licenses today, so we are now officially Carolinians again.
Best DMV experience, ever, incidentally. In and out in 20 minutes. Although, naturally, our pictures are horrible. I'm not very photogenic to begin with, but the camera somehow made me look like a corpse that had been in a canal for a week.
After the DMV we went and had a couple of excellent burgers at Eric's Diner, which is almost like a movie set of a small-town eatery (lots of automobile memorabilia, including a gigantic Packard hubcap hanging next to the condiment stand). I am liking this town.
Oh, yeah: 70 degrees today in Southport. There's a winter weather advisory in Fairfax, VA, with up to eight inches of snow expected tomorrow. Not that I'm rubbing it in, mind you; just a random observation (Haw!)
Speaking of weather, don't miss Mark Steyn's priceless take on the "Jewnami Tsunami" identified by an extraordinarily brilliant DC councilman.