Updated: Aug 16
Ah, the infamous potholes of Hwy 6! If you've ever embarked on the adventure of driving northwest into Vernon, you've probably encountered those treacherous craters just chilling between Aberdeen and Middleton Way.
These potholes have been the bane of drivers' existence for over a year, or should we say longer than a soap opera's never-ending plotline?
Picture this: you're cruising along, minding your own business, and suddenly – ta-da! – the road transforms into a mini Grand Canyon. The potholes are like mischievous gremlins, filling up only to play hide-and-seek with your tires later.
You've got big ones, small ones, deep ones – it's like a choose-your-own-adventure game for drivers. "Left lane? Right lane? Or oops, off-road exploration it is!"
But hold onto your steering wheels, because it seems like a genius-level plan is finally in motion. The pothole war has escalated, and crews have declared war on the craters! They've dug up a lane section that's longer than your weekend to-do list, and they're going deep – like, "we might find a lost city down there" deep.
You'd think it's an archeological expedition with all the heavy-duty equipment and new pipes. And what's with that fancy landscaping cloth? Are they trying to turn the potholes into a chic garden party?
Ladies and gentlemen, brace yourselves – these are not your run-of-the-mill, everyday potholes. Nope, they're the divas of road annoyances, the prima donnas of pavement pitfalls. It's like they've been watching too much reality TV and decided to up their game.
So, dear drivers, buckle up for the spectacle, because the battle of the potholes has just taken a wild turn – and we're all along for the bumpy, pothole-riddled ride!