My work travels took me to the town of Woodbine in far west-central Iowa. I discovered the old Lincoln Highway runs through Woodbine. And the town is quite proud of its place in road-trip history.
Today, the Lincoln Highway is paved in bricks. The old filling stations are still there, although it looks like one is now a cafe.
I loved all the old Main Street business signs in town. I felt like I was walking on a 1950s movie set.
And then I literally drove off into the sunset.