I then get on I-77 heading south. At MM 37, there is an Ohio Bicentennial Barn 1803-2003. Quite a few were painted with the logo back in 2003. I don't know how many still stand, but this one is kept up nicely.
A yellow Corvette zoomed by with a license plate reading "USingle".
By Exit 25, there is a brown highway sign announcing Big Muskie Bucket, probably one of the more interesting names I've seen. Probably some sort of a fishing thing.
At this time, I began watching a number on my car's Info dashboard. It said that I was getting 31.2 mpg on average overall, not just on the trip. It had been around 26.3 mpg when I left home yesterday. Another reading on info was instant mpg which fluctuated a lot depending upon how much pressure I put on the gas pedal and whether I was climbing, on flat surface or coming down a slope.
I decided to see how high I could get that gas mileage, which meant I slowed down to about 5-10 miles under the speed limit.
Hey, I'm not in a huge hurry. I'm "re-tarred" as they say down south.
Working on a Mileage Thing. --RoadDog
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