Prune picker

This is the blog site of an old man. As a native Californian I call myself a prune picker. I live in a fifth wheel trailer. My front door is 25 steps from my daughter’s front door in the Piney Woods of North Louisiana. My blogs are often silly and or trivial, and some times educational and serious. I hope that some are interesting. None are long.

Preparing these blogs seems to fill a need in my life. I am compelled to do it. It helps fill the time until I die. It gives me something to do everyday.

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Most westerly and most easterly highway points in North America.

I saw the picture below on a nephew's Facebook entry and I remembered spending some time there while visiting an oil well for Schlumberger. Anchor Point, which is a little north of Homer is the most westerly highway point in North America.

Then I remembered driving through Main a Dieu, Nova Scotia when Jackie and I were RVing in Canada. I believe Main a Dieu is the most easterly highway point in North America. It is a little east of Sidney.

I wonder how far it is between these places. I have traveled it.

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