Lafayette, Louisiana, to Houston, Texas - August 28, 2003
Again, a day mostly on I-10, then in and around Houston before
In Lafayette, US 167 and US 90 head into town from the interstate.
Some day (and somehow) they're going to turn this into a southward
extension of I-49.
An odd-looking 4 in an I-49 shield in Lafayette.
Another future corridor marker.
Coming up on I-10 and I-49 in Lafayette on US 90 West.
There was some construction on I-10, so I took off to US 90 for a
while. This sign is on US 90 near Welsh.
A US 90 shield near Welsh.
There's a US 165 here, and it's a hurricane evacuation route.
Arrival in Lake Charles, where we pick up I-210.
Across the border into Texas on I-10, there is a very large exit
number. Yes, it's 880 miles to New Mexico on I-10.
The welcome us to Texas.
There's a curve on I-10 in eastern Texas.
Hey, there's US 287. We were on that in West Yellowstone, Montana,
last month. And that will get me from Fort Worth to Amarillo this week.
Passing by US 69.
Route 8 is an outer beltway for Houston.
I-610 is an inner beltway, known as "the loop" it seems.