Beer run or wanderlust. The road is always calling us. Ramble right, left or mezzo, incongruous or amid the flow. To step out engenders not always an expedition, maybe just a stroll.
The road is everywhere equally. We consort with the course and cobblestone of its open arms all our lives. The true Romantics usually set off with a bit of cold pork in their pockets.
the Porcine Oracle
- The Journals of Dorothy Wordsworth and a discussion of how to amble the roads of the English countryside.
- Does a pig (or pedestrian) walk ‘in’ the road, or ‘on’ the road? How to talk about traveling.
- A philosophy of pigs crossing roads. Why do they do it?
- Albert – the pig in College Road Trip. About 15 minutes into the movie Albert the pig is seen briefly near a crayon drawing (presumably drawn by Albert) of the words “SOME PIG”. This is a reference to the classic book Charlotte’s Web where the words “SOME PIG” are written in a spider’s web to distinguish the uniqueness of Wilbur, the porcine main character.