Daily commutes tend to be routing and same o, same o. Every once in a while little things happen to keep them interesting.
On the morning commute as I rode up to a traffic light, I passed a few vehicles on the right as we normally do. One guy in a pickup was a little miffed and when he passed me he felt the need to "gun it". Slow traffic allowed me to pass him again and naturally he had to "gun it" again when his turn to pass came. A half mile later, we re-read that chapter at a traffic signal.
A block later, I turn onto a side road which begins a five mile route through the private grounds of an aslyum, a short stretch of back roads, and an abandoned section of State Hospital property that drops me in the middle of the industrial park where I work. A couple of shortcuts through parking lots and I'm on the mains road leading to my building. Guess who has to pass me again? he he Love it.
On the way home I got behind this combination farm tractor/truck, with an overfull load of hay and towing a trailor also overfilled. I got to draft it getting my speed up to around 30-31 with no problem. Great thing is that the first car acted purposely I'm sure, as a sort of safety vehicle. He kept back quite a ways which allowed me to stay toward the middle of the road without concern.
While drafting the truck driver weaved a couple of times and I noticed that he did this to see if I was still on his back. When I turned off a couple of miles later, I gave him a salute, he waved back, and the car finally passed me with a courtesy toot. Everyone shared and everyone got along just fine on this road. Very nice.