Fresh off the recent road toll countdown over the Easter holiday round trips and tally markers, clean up crews are prepping for the Anzac onslaught over the weekend. Near and not too far behind, florists who will also double book sellouts with the parade of diggers and dawn services expected.
Running close to within a total span of a fortnight, the numbers on the nation's tolls may be affected from the recent splurge of corpses littering the highways and side streets.
With last year's efforts down on the previous, there's a glimmer of hope that the momentum from the holy period of death and resurrection will spill over for the blood of wreckages and crash zones.
Estimates over the course of years put New South Wales and the ACT at opposing ends of the table. All that remains is the snapping of numbers and constant daily updates from various media outlets in this fascinating holiday observation.
Written on Friday, 21 April 2006