American Road Trip Talk (Podcast): Paul Gilger: Lincoln Highway Centennial Tour Part 3
Lincoln Highway Centennial Paul Gilger
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The Tunnel Vision column of our Spring 2015 American Road featured an article entitled Joy to the Road about the centennial of a remarkable journey from Detroit to San Francisco by Henry B. Joy, first president of the Packard Motor Car Company in 1915. Between the end of June and the first week of July 2015, another group of Lincoln Highway enthusiasts are going to make that same trip in 12 days and their tour guide will be Paul Gilger who also led the mapping committee for the tour.
In this third podcast in the Lincoln Highway Centennial Tour series, Paul Gilger shares fascinating stories about the original Lincoln Highway Tour. You will find out that there is a particularly sticky form of mud in Iowa, that the road got some urgently needed repairs after a miserable Thanksgiving and that the final stop of the Lincoln Highway was built with the ruins of the San Francisco earthquake.
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Today’s podcast is brought to you by: The Springfield, Illinois Convention & Visitors Bureau. Don’t have an ordinary weekend…have a legendary weekend in Springfield, Illinois, home of Abraham Lincoln and a stop on Route 66. For more information, stop by their website at www.visitspringfieldillinois.com and plan your visit today.
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