Good morning! How’s it going? Is September incredibly busy for everyone – what happened to summer days? In need of a preservation conversation spark? Here are some recent finds relating to transportation and place. Read anything good lately? Working on anything fun? Let me know.
- Have you heard of Pikes Peak Ocean to Ocean Highway? Everything about that makes me want to take a long road trip across the USA.
- Do you live in a college town? I do. Granted they crowd the streets and the sidewalks, they bring vibrancy and money to BTV!
- What’s your ideal NYC neighborhood? Take this quiz to answer the above question. But, remember, real estate prices are NYC prices… thus, ridiculous.
- It’s a been a sad few weeks for historic structures in Vermont recently. In the past few weeks, Vermont has lost three historic structures to fire: the Cornwall Covered Bridge; the Shelburne Farms Dairy Barn; and the last working round barn in the state.
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Ooh, ooh, I’ve driven some of the PPOO! It runs through Indiana! There are a couple major alignments. West of Indianapolis, the most interesting alignment is more or less US 36 today. I followed old alignments of 36 and the PPOO several years ago and wrote about it on my old site here. Covered bridges and gravel roads await!
Hi Kaitlin, I had no idea about the Pikes Peak highway, and it went through my hometown in Jersey!