Winding are the Roads by Wendell Trogdon
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Slow Lanes/Scenic Routes Beyond the InterstatesFollow the Double Yellow Lines to scenic grandeur . . . This book is a guide to sections of Indiana where the terrain changes as suddenly, as dramatically, as the weather in a summer storm. One mile is unlike the last, different from the one ahead. Changes come, one after another, as inevitable as the roll of the odometer. The roads are more intimate. Those who drive them can enjoy the scenery, feel a part of the places they stop, and find the jewels of nature that are often overlooked. Join the author on those journeys. The straightest line between two points is seldom the most memorable. Crooked roads live in our minds long after the journey has ended. This book details 23 serpentine roads that coil up steep hills with jagged curves, then open onto endless vistas blanketed in green by dense forests. From their peaks, the roads descend as twistingly as a deflated balloon, bottom out at narrow gorges, then ascend more circuitous elevations to new panoramas. This, however, is more than a book about roads. It's about the 125 towns and cities along their routes and the people - proud to call themselves Hoosiers - you will meet along the way. Check out other titles by Wendell Trogdon
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