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An interesting question/point came up during my interview with Mannequin over at Fractured Toy. She remembers that all of the roads in Indianapolis are white. I’m stumped.

Any thoughts? Anyone?

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7 Comments

  1. They were! I’m going to Google it. You’ll see! UNLESS…it was road construction or some force of nature beyond my control.

  2. I know why, when it snows they are white, then after all the salt stuff goes down they stay white forever!!! (I am an indy folk too)

  3. By golly, I think you’ve solved the riddle. Thanks Karissa!

  4. Maybe….
    I think it WAS wintertime. And I WAS tired. But it WAS white. You know… it was right by the speedway, I could see it to my left.
    I AM NOT CRAZY!!

  5. No, you’re not crazy.

    You have to remember {or maybe I never told you} that I’m a Hoosier By Proxy.

    I’m originally from the South {Georgia and Florida} so I really don’t know exactly what’s going on around here except that we actually have seasons that change, Huge Tenderloin sandwiches, incredible Kettle Corn, and some of the kindest, hard-working people I’ve ever met.

    Anyway, like Karissa said, it was most likely the snow and salt on the ground.

    As soon as I see it this winter, I guarantee I’ll post it in honor of you.

  6. yeah, i was going to say its the salt. miss you guys.

    • Miss you guys too! Sorry it took me a while to see/read your comment…it’s been a bit wacky here.
      And yes, I think it all has to do with the salt.
      Welcome to Summer.


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