Meander, n. [SIC] To proceed sinuously and aimlessly. The word is the ancient name of a river about one hundred and fifty miles south of Troy, which turned and twisted in the effort to get out of hearing when the Greeks and Trojans boasted of their prowess.
2005 Update: v.i. To follow the path of a pioneer or public engineer.
To all my friends travelling this week, a safe trip. Remember, red lights are for the little people.