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Sunday, October 22, 20061161572476

Eschewing Omaha; Avoiding 680

This weekend, Lady of tdaxp and I visited South Dakota, and (taking a cue from Father of tdaxp) avoided the I-80/I-680/I-229 hubbub in Nebraska and Omaha by traveling from Lincoln to Sioux City on beautiful U.S. Route 77

And On to the Coyote State!

While writing this short post I came across a website dedicated to the history of the U.S. (non-Interstate) Highway System. The history of the highway sign and the Highway 60 66 Controversy. Check it out.

22:01 Posted in Nebraska | Permalink | Comments (3) | Tags: highways


First post in a long time any reader can understand! Hurrah!

Posted by: Catholicgauze | Sunday, October 22, 2006


'Iowa, it's a beautiful name, when you say it like we say it back home...' ;-)

Posted by: Sean | Monday, October 23, 2006


lol :-)


So I won't dwell on the fact that this post was centered on ways of /avoiding/ Iowa, heh

Posted by: Dan tdaxp | Monday, October 23, 2006