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With the rise and fall, then rise, and rise, and rise in fuel prices. RMS&W stayed close to our home base in the Chicagoland area. We did see updates from Illinois, and Missouri. The last of the 2013 trips and updates will be loaded soon. Be on the look out for updates to Illinois, Iowa, and Wisconsin!
This was one of our biggest years since we launched the website in 2001. This year Roads of the Mid-South and West left our normal ares of the Mid-South and Mid-West parts of the country and expanded into the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. We launched pages in New York State, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland. Also, content was added to Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington D.C. Content still in the wings, include from Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, and Illinois. See you through out 2013!
More photos coming from the States of Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, and Missouri. This includes rare finds in Michigan.
In seven days the Bill Burmaster Family of Websites roamed around the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions of the United States. Coming soon, as time permits, watch for updates and new states! This road trip took us to Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, Deleware, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, and Washington D.C.!
It was a busy year for the member websites. There have been many new pages, and addtions to existiing pages. Over this past year we have seen content added from Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, and Nebraska. The remaining 2011 updates will be up soon. Be sure to follow the Updates page for what we have most recently updated. 2012 looks to be a year for big expansion on RMS&W, and the other member websites. Thank you to all who send in pictures and help make all member websites, including RMS&W, cover a vast area of the middle part of the United States.