Re: LOTM Road :-)

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Posted by Danalee Lavelle-Burroughs on August 31, 1999 at 09:07:53:

In Reply to: Re: LOTM Road :-) posted by MMMMarcia on August 31, 1999 at 06:20:26:

This seems like such a great group of people (I've been reading posts for several weeks) I thought I'd join in from California. I'm heading up to Wellpinit, WA (near Spokane) for the 85th Annnual Spokane Tribal Labor Day celebration. I'll be sure to keep my eyes open for LOTM Roads, etc. Sounds like fun!

On another note, I can't wait for the DVD, I'll even purchase a player just so I can view it. Go Uncas!


: : : Would be interesting to see a page devoted to such roadsigns & their locals in the country/world (Rich-Elaine?? [g] )...

: : : "Champ"

: : If they come, we will build it!

: Ooooooh, Rich! That sounds like a challenge! OK, folk! Let's see who can spot the most roads/countryside attractions/towns, rivers, valleys with names from JFC! So far, we have what? Uncas Roads N & S (or was it E & W?) and Duncan's Barbecue. There MUST be a Hawkeye Valley or Lake Cora somewhere? Alice Avenue? I reckon Cooperstown counts, in a way. Let's make a list! If there's a Marcia Drive here in central Florida (which there IS), surely there must be a Munro Street. (There's the Monroeville Mall in Pennsylvania, but that's a bit of a stretch, I suppose.)

: I'll keep my eyes open, from now on. What about the rest of you? You SUBMIT, do you hear! You're stay AWAKE! Rich WILL post your matter how long it takes, no matter how bizarre! ;o)


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