On this page, I will talk about how I planned past road trips so I could take all my route marker photos. For a graphical view of where I've been bumbling around, see my Travel Mapping site. Travel Mapping is a site maintained by a team led by Jim Teresco. Thanks to them, I can keep track of every marked segment of highway that I've driven on in the United States!
Life has been a whirlwind this month, but I wanted to quickly mention on this blog that I completed a trip to Ohio from October 7th to the 12th. It started with a meetup with friends in Columbus, and it continued with an extensive scouring of the highways of northeastern Ohio. I bit off much more than I should have been chewing with northeastern Ohio; the high density of routes gave rise to a lot of stopping and a longer time elapsed than I anticipated each day. I exhausted myself trying to spend three days on northeastern Ohio; I should have added a fourth day. Nevertheless, I did get a route shield photo for every route I set out for. I have one last trip to northwestern Ohio and the Lake Erie islands, and my Ohio route image collection will be complete!