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Writers Block

Posted on : 31-01-2008 | By : Chuck | In : Programming

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Apologies for not updating in a long time. I can’t really think of anything to write a post about…

A sight to see

Posted on : 02-01-2008 | By : Chuck | In : Personal

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About 30 minutes away from me is a really tall train trestle known as The Viaduct. Its over 100 feet tall at the tallest point.

Me and a friend went out there on New Years Eve to get some pictures of it for our website, www.greenecountyindiana.com

Seeing a train go across it is very rare. In fact, I had never seen a train go across it, and I have been there many times.

Snow at the ViaductNew Years eve would treat us to getting to see not 1, but 2 trains go across it. You can see photos of it here: http://greenecountyindiana.com/photos/view/266

New Years day treated us to some snow, so we made our way back to the Viaduct for some snowy pictures. Treated again to a train crossing it. Photos here: http://greenecountyindiana.com/photos/view/267