You’re driving through the valley with your dad and grandma, and they are both looking out the window, looking out at the highway that crosses their path.

The highway has crossed their path a couple of times before, and now it’s crossed again.

It’s time to say goodbye.

It might be a long drive, but it’s not that long.

The road has been there since the beginning of time.

The old highway is not far away.

It may be the most beautiful thing in the world, but if you go over the crest of the hill on the west side of the valley, you’re going to find the highway on the other side.

It is a highway.

A highway is a road, not a bridge.

And a highway is built on a mountain.

The first highway in the United States was built on the Mount Rushmore of the West, which is a mountain that is nearly four miles long and is named for its location in Wyoming.

It also happens to be a state that has a border with Canada.

The Mount Rushmores are a good place to start the conversation about highways, and I’d like to share some of my favorite facts about the first interstate in the U.S. I’ll begin with a few facts about this first interstate, which was named for a mountain in Wyoming that is now called the Mount Murray.

The story goes that a man named George W. White was looking for a way to get his horses back from Canada.

So he bought up a bunch of the best horse feeder horses and started building a new highway in Canada.

When he got back to Wyoming, he named the highway after the mountain.

But it was named after the horses.

There were about 2,000 horses on the road when the highway opened in 1931, and the first two miles were paved.

The last two miles, which are now called Route 66, were laid out in a way that made it possible for the horses to get on the highway at all.

At that time, there were no passenger cars on the interstate.

They weren’t needed for the interstate because it was just a way of bringing people into the valley.

The main thing was the horses and the highway.

When the interstate opened in 1926, there was no passenger car on the route, and that made a lot of people happy.

The people who lived in the valley were not happy with the idea of having to use the road.

The idea of the interstate was that it would be a great place to get around and do some of the things that we have always done with our cars and trucks, which were just not as convenient or as efficient as having people on the roads.

It was also a place where we could make a living.

The whole thing is a testament to the people of the United State who built this interstate.

The interstate was the first major construction project that started in the Valley.

It opened on June 6, 1931, the first day of the summer.

It took more than a year for the highway to be built.

It wasn’t the only highway to open in the Western Hemisphere.

A lot of other highways were built, including a highway in Peru, a highway through Mexico and the Pacific Ocean, a road in South America, a motorway in India and in the Caribbean, and a railroad.

It just seemed like a good idea.

People came to this area, and in a very short period of time, a whole lot of new industries and a lot more commerce was established.

This is what the Highway 101 billboard in Prescott looks like.

The Interstate Highway 101 was one of the first highways in the West to be completed.

The freeway began construction on July 4, 1931.

It extended from Colorado Springs to Flagstaff, Arizona, with a two-mile detour on Interstate 10.

It eventually connected Flagstaff with Mesa, Arizona and was completed on August 17, 1931 by the end of the year.

There are about 2.4 million people in the metropolitan area, including about 2 million people living in Prescott.

This highway opened the valley to the rest of the world.

It would have been an easy project to make the whole state into a tourist destination.

The original plan was for this to be the only interstate in North America.

The new Interstate 101 was designed by Charles W. Davis, who was the designer of Interstate 5, which runs from Chicago to Phoenix, Arizona.

This was a big project for Davis, but he also had some ideas for other highways.

The only other highway that had to be done was Interstate 7 from New York City to Los Angeles.

It had to go through New Jersey, and there were some concerns about how much traffic it would generate.

In the end, he didn’t want to go ahead and build the highway in New Jersey because the state would be very concerned about the road’s ability to handle traffic coming into New York.

The other two interstate projects were both done