Monthly Archives: February 2014
Lexington, Kentucky, Sept. 28 — After two big days of travel, today was half history, half football. Route: KY 61 to Hodgenville and US 31E to Lincoln Home site, then back; Bluegrass Parkway with detour on 31E/62 to 62/150 junction; … Continue reading
Elizabethtown, Kentucky, Sept. 27 — I have now been in every county in Illinois, and clinched I-70 from Denver to Maryland (temporarily), but the achievements didn’t come without a slip-up. Route: I-70, IL 130, US 40, Cumberland Road (past covered … Continue reading
Altamont, Illinois, Sept. 26 — My second major trip of 2013 covered the states and parts of states in the Old Northwest Territory that I hadn’t visited in July, along with Kentucky. Along the way, I clinched I-70 in two states … Continue reading
KCIM-AM has a short blurb about a speed study in Glidden with a surprise ending.
Wired: If you want to send a file from San Francisco to New York, the data will pass through a few different networks along the way, just as you would need to use multiple highways in order to drive from … Continue reading
St. John the Baptist school and rectory were torn down last week, reports KWWL.
KCCI has the story. The closure will start at the end of March. Remember, that bridge wasn’t under state control until 2003, when IA 415 was rerouted.
As written on Wide Right Natty Lite: The USA Women were up 2-0 on Canada with 3:30 left, then blew the game in a truly Iowa State fashion. Complete with hitting the goalpost.
It took me a while to realize this, but when Apple took down iTools/MobileMe, I lost a photo gallery of construction on US 20. I have created a new one with iPhoto, and added (very) minimal commentary. Aside from perhaps … Continue reading