Lincoln Highway Special with Paul Berge
Traveling is a way of opening one's horizons, seeing the world through someone else's eyes. And, on LIVING IN IOWA, viewers will meet people from across Iowa. The Lincoln Highway once connected our state to both the east and west coasts, and some of the people we visited in the early ‘90’s came up with stories about the old days of this now embattled road. These people include Marvin Wolfe, whose hobby is traveling the Lincoln Highway, collecting facts and figures. We'll view an interesting Chelsea wood carver and a Jefferson man who makes Lincoln Highway memorabilia. Elderly Mechanicsville resident, Pagie Wilson, tells of the highway in the days it was only a dirt road. And, in Tama, Heidi and Travis remind us of our youth by catching frogs under a busy Lincoln Highway bridge.
Side Roads host Paul Berge visits the Lincoln Highway via the LIVING IN IOWA archives.
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