Game: Guess The State

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Bird-One's Comment
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Home of the unmarked 12 and 13 foot bridges.

What city is this?

Laura

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Mikey B.'s Comment
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Pretty sure NOBODY will get this one...its pretty hard, and no, it's not half a McDonalds. 🤣😁

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IDMtnGal 's Comment
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Oh I know!! Pick me pick me! Looks like you picked the right time to come through too, not much traffic.

Bobcat Bob,

You are right...it was fairly quiet.

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Do you know where this was? Sat 4.5 hrs to preserve my 6 hrs of drive time.

Laura

Rhino's Comment
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I know the arc but can’t remember exactly where. I wanna say St. Louis

Pretty sure NOBODY will get this one...its pretty hard, and no, it's not half a McDonalds. 🤣😁

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IDMtnGal 's Comment
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I know the arc but can’t remember exactly where. I wanna say St. Louis

LOL. You can't remember exactly where??!! You are correct, St. Louis MO.

Laura

Rhino's Comment
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Well I wasn’t sure if I had it mixed up with some other place lol

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I know the arc but can’t remember exactly where. I wanna say St. Louis

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LOL. You can't remember exactly where??!! You are correct, St. Louis MO.

Laura

Bird-One's Comment
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I’ll guess somewhere on 290? Than again you can sit that long on any of the interstates leaving the city.

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Oh I know!! Pick me pick me! Looks like you picked the right time to come through too, not much traffic.

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Bobcat Bob,

You are right...it was fairly quiet.

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Do you know where this was? Sat 4.5 hrs to preserve my 6 hrs of drive time.

Laura

Interstate:

Commercial trade, business, movement of goods or money, or transportation from one state to another, regulated by the Federal Department Of Transportation (DOT).

Anne A. (G13Momcat)'s Comment
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I’ll guess somewhere on 290? Than again you can sit that long on any of the interstates leaving the city.

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Oh I know!! Pick me pick me! Looks like you picked the right time to come through too, not much traffic.

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Bobcat Bob,

You are right...it was fairly quiet.

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Do you know where this was? Sat 4.5 hrs to preserve my 6 hrs of drive time.

Laura

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Yep, either that, or the 55 ... only a few Thornton's in the Cicero area!!

~ Anne (per Tom!) ~

Interstate:

Commercial trade, business, movement of goods or money, or transportation from one state to another, regulated by the Federal Department Of Transportation (DOT).

Harvey C.'s Comment
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Laura didn't hit any bridges in Chicago?

IDMtnGal 's Comment
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I’ll guess somewhere on 290? Than again you can sit that long on any of the interstates leaving the city.

Yep, either that, or the 55 ... only a few Thornton's in the Cicero area!!

~ Anne (per Tom!) ~

I picked up sugar for Chobani yogurt at 2234 West 43rd Street, Chicago. Got on I-55 at on ramp 288. There was a emergency pullout for accidents and I parked there.

Just before I was ready to leave, I walked Monty and threw trash in a can. Monty stopped, had his ears down and tail wagging, so I knew he had seen a person. I looked in the direction he was looking and there was a cop. He opened the door and Monty had to go see him. It had been raining and he was wet so I told the guy not to let him jump up on his pressed pants but he said it was okay. Then he took a picture of Monty to send to his girlfriend. We chatted about 20 minutes and he said it was okay to park there but if they needed it, truckers would be asked to leave.

By the time I headed out, traffic was moving very well and I got about where I wanted to for the night.

Laura

Interstate:

Commercial trade, business, movement of goods or money, or transportation from one state to another, regulated by the Federal Department Of Transportation (DOT).

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