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This is going north into Ohio from Kentucky. The south traffic is going overhead on the upper deck. The Cincinnati skyline is seen through the ironwork.

 
 
 
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I'm headed to lake Michigan today. I hope all of you have a great Friday and weekend.
 
 
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It's kind of hard to tell, but there's another tunnel opening just beyond the one that I'm shooting from.
 
 
 
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Just another tunnel picture.
 
 
 
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New lights have been installed in this tunnel.
 
 
 
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Besides the wiper blade being in the way?

1 - The reflective triangles were not set out according to Department of Transportation regulations. The first triangle is to be 10 feet away from the rear of the trailer. Then the second triangle is to set 100 feet behind the first. Then the third set 100 feet behind the second, in this instance. Someone forgot their training.

2 - This is what our insurance company representative would consider to be an "unfortunate event" after the driver went "brain dead". He or she is stuck in the mud after deciding to pull over on the shoulder. My guess would be that the truck is loaded with roughly 44,000 pounds of soup from the worlds largest soup making plant. That would make the gross weight of the unit in question between 75-78k.
 
 
 
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The pine trees in the background are for sale by one of my brothers if any of you are interested for your landscaping needs. Yet most of his sales are after Thanksgiving and before Christmas. Wink

 
 
 
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Last night we went to a 4-H feeder pig sale. Lisa and I almost fell out of our chairs when the first one went for $300.00+. Last year we paid $120.00 each and thought that was too much. We gave $200.00 for the smaller, younger purebred Yorkshire and $185.00 for the larger York-Hampshire mix. I wasn't allowed to bid on a third.

 
 
 
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Our two large white Pekin Ducks. We had started with a half dozen of them two or three years ago.

 
 
 
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Lucy and Sadie out by the pond and windmill.

 
 
 
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I took these two moblogees at the first eastbound rest area on Interstate 70 in Illinois.

I used to post stuff like this to my Text America account before they went to a paid only subscription model and deleted all of the content from us freeloaders. It was all certainly within their right to do that. Their site, their rules. But it was still cheesy with the way it went down last year. Could have been handled in a more professional way rather than to blame hackers for stolen account passwords. The paid accounts somehow didn't fall victim to the mass clear out.

 
 
 
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You can't see the flags on the pole behind the plaque, but they were flying at half staff today in respect to the really bad things that happened at Virginia Tech this week.

 
 
 
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I went through downtown St. Louis at noon today. Both the roads and weather were VERY nice.
 
 
 
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PC, Mac... meet Linux

One of my users on my Threads forums posted this link. Big Grin

 
 
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Harold Cam

I'm just fooling around here. This cam image usually gets updated every day.

I'm liking the clean look and functionality of the new Groupee.

EDIT: Changed the cam image to a static grab.
 
 
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