Posted February 10, 2018 12:00pm by Kyle Bowersch This is a story about a road.
The story of what happens when you try to tell it in a way that doesn’t hurt anyone.
We’ll get into the details of how the highway was built, and the road’s current condition, but first let’s start with the story of a highway in the US, one that, in the early days of the internet, was largely ignored.
The first real interstate was in the form of a piece of land that served as the US’s first interstate in 1861.
In 1861, the state of Texas decided to build a new road, named the Grand Boulevard to connect Fort Worth to San Antonio, and to provide a link between the cities.
It was a risky undertaking that required a huge amount of money, and was a far cry from the Interstate System in the UK that had been in existence since the 1870s.
But the grandest moment in the highway’s history came on January 20, 1869, when a huge truck overturned near Houston, killing one person and injuring another.
That’s when the Interstate Highway System was created.
Before it was established, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) had already created a series of routes, some of which were designed specifically for transporting freight.
In the 1920s, the city of Austin had built a highway that was actually a series, with the express purpose of transporting trucks.
There was a lot of interest in the idea of a road that was built around freight, and there were plans for a highway to connect Austin with the Gulf coast.
But there was one problem: there wasn’t a lot available in the state at the time.
On October 10, 1870, the first freight train was loaded onto the highway at Port of Houston.
By that point, Texas had been through a severe drought for the last three years, and people were struggling to find enough to make their lives on the land.
One of the problems that the freight trains brought to the state was the lack of land.
When a train came through, they often had to leave a trail of mud that they had left behind.
Eventually, the idea came to be that a road could be built that would connect the cities of San Antonio and Houston, and it was actually built on a large tract of land in Austin, and later on in the city, in a place called the Prairie Hill Ranch.
That was the start of what would become the Texas Interstate.
The Texas Interstate was an experiment in how the US government was going to manage large tracts of land when they were already in a state of severe drought.
The idea was that when the land was developed and people could move about on the new highway, the land could be developed and used for other purposes, like agricultural land or parks.
At the time, there was an outcry about how the Interstate had been built, with many people questioning its cost and safety, and even some who supported the highway vehemently objected.
During the Great Depression, many towns in Texas were in the grips of an economic depression, and people were desperate for any kind of employment.
The highway was designed to provide jobs for workers in the oil fields, and many businesses were able to expand to accommodate the influx of truckers.
After years of controversy, the Interstate was finally built in 1877, and in a year and a half, it had a population of just over 3,200,000 people.
Today, the Interstate is one of the busiest highways in the world.
Drivers on the highway have to travel over 9,700 miles (18,800km) to get to the closest city, with most of that distance being through the Houston area.
The Interstates are one of America’s most popular tourist attractions, and with a population now over 4 million, the highway is often the scene of massive traffic jams, and is a popular spot for family reunions.
A major problem with the Interstate is that, as a road, it’s relatively small.
It’s the length of a football field and the width of a basketball court, with only four lanes, and no other physical barriers.
Even though there are no permanent roads, the interstate has seen its share of accidents.
In 2009, two tractor trailers collided on the Highway southbound near Houston, killing 11 people.
The crash was caught on camera by a passing motorist, and footage of the incident went viral.
Another accident in 2011 occurred when a truck drove into a bus on the Interchange, and caused serious injuries to several people.
In 2010, a bus hit a vehicle on the South Highways between Austin and Dallas, shattering the windshield of the bus, and injuring two people. The