Tag Archives: U.S. 40

Rain, rain, go away

Ok, so it didn’t happen. “Best laid plans” and all that. I got stuck at home uncovering the septic tank, cleaning the garage, sorting leftover lumber from the front porch project, etc. Sunday it rained. This week isn’t looking much … Continue reading

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Searching for the Lincoln Highway

The Lincoln Highway was officially dedicated in 1913 by the Lincoln Highway Association as the nation’s first transcontinental highway. It was mostly a marketing maneuver designed to get folks out in their cars but anywhere west of the Mississippi River … Continue reading

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The Lincoln Highway

For many years I have traveled over Donner Summit in the Sierra Nevada Mountains with all the other racers to get to points east or west without much thought about the country I was traveling through. Sometimes I would take … Continue reading

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