For my summer vacate I went on a road trip to get away as always I took all the back roads I could cause I enjoy the small towns, the landscape, staying at the local motels and sightseeing through the small towns, looking at the buildings landscaping of diff. homes and also the antique shops, Plus taking pics along the way to frame. This time I stayed in Texas and it was a good 2 weeks the roads stayed 70 MPH and much lower in areas but when I got on I20 and I10 area I (showing my age I guess here plus how often I drive the main Hyw's cause I do enjoy the older roads to travel) the speed limit had went up to 80 MPH and still people were being pulled over, broke down cars (newer models) plus more wrecks I had seen just nuts I got behind a truck towing a wrecked car going slower and thought to myself 80 cant be in no way time to slow down if you get in this position. Well not sure about any of you but I went 5 hr drive doing 65 and stayed on 1/2 a tank.
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