Gas at Pittsboro was $3.76 and Crawfordsville $3.60. Both I-74 in Indiana.
I've often seen billboards for a place at Exit 4 in Covington, Indiana, called The Beef House which advertises it has been voted beast steak house in Indiana and something about fantastic rolls. One of these days i am going to have to stop there.
I sure noticed lots and lots of police all along I-74, but I rarely speed anymore to increase gas mileage. Normally I have the cruise control on.
Of course, approaching Danville, I turn on WWHP, the Whip top listen to all that great Americana/blues music. As it was noon and a Tuesday, I got the farm report and the Bluegrass show, The Blue Side of Town with Bill McCreary, again (which i heard on the way down).
Gas in Forest was $3.70. The closer you get to Chicago, the more expensive the gas. The same holds true for Il. Highway 47 the farther north you go.
'Bout There. --RoadDog
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