Now see how that log contrasts with a realistic log made up by my wife and me as we drove south of Culiac�n one morning:
"1� Pass through village of Duranguito avoiding east end of westbound mule jutting across place where center stripe would be if road had a center stripe.
1� Swerve car violently to avoid drop-off at right. Avoid swerving too far to other side of road: pothole.
2 Slow to 35 mph out of respect for and fear about roadside cross designating fatal accident at this spot.
2� Slow more to avoid truck parked on highway while driver takes stroll into woods.
3 Resume normal speed as roadside cross fades from memory.
4� Slow for hole in road. There are holes in all Mexican roads, but this is really a hole.
5� Resume normal speed.
6 Slow as horse crosses road ahead.
6� Slam on brakes as horse decides didn't want to cross road in first place.