I guess no matter where you live there is always something to look out for. For you guys and gals it's the wildlife and for me it's soccer moms and cell phone wielding teenagers.Wish I could watch your video but it's blocked here at work. (yes I'm loafing...shhh nobody spill the beans!) I got to ride today also! First time in 3 weeks! Wow these days are precious in winter. Couldn't turn down a 60 degree day and the chance for even an hour on my bike!
I can appreciate the wildlife hazards. I live in very rural southwest Virginia. I know where all of our local deer herds and wild turkeys hang out (mostly on my mountain road!). You can never have enough eyes on the road here.
I always felt that if I could get a job I liked I would live in the countryside. A very nice way of life. You must be one of the lucky guys scoring a job at the airport.living here we get about everything, the winters are pretty quiet but the summers I'm sure the population of this place doubles or more and traffic in town gets crazy (they're actually building a bypass now).
But I do love it here, I live out in the middle of the woods with a nice 10 minute drive through a beautiful state park to get to town or to work.