With the beginning of October, it is clear that Fall has arrived. The weather has gotten colder, and the leaves are beginning to turn. However, this is also a time of year that makes me a bit paranoid when I am driving. It's at this time of year that I will start to spot more deer on the road because they're migrating and such. Mostly it's because I drive the Baltimore Washington Parkway when I'm going to/from Baltimore. There's a lot of woods, so the deer like to be around that area.
I'm always afraid that I am going to be driving down the road one night and I'm going to end up smashing into one that runs right in front of me. I don't know why I have that since I have not had a close call, but I certainly don't want one to happen either. Methinks that for the next month or two, I should take 95 to and from Baltimore so that I can try to avoid this potential problem.