That wasn't the worse part though. Most cash-paying travelers have their toll money ready when they get to the toll booth. Today, they were told that what they handed over was short by 50 cents. So there was much fumbling for change. That effect, multiplied by hundreds of vehicles, led to long lines at the toll booths. So what? I have E-ZPass, you say. Ah, but that only helps if cash-payers stay out of the E-ZPass lanes, which they don't.
Apart from that, it wasn't that bad of a trip. The only time there could have been a problem was when I thought I dropped my camera somewhere in the woods at Cordwood. But when I returned to the car, I saw it sitting on the cupholder so all was well.