Around the Nation in 80 Days: Terence's Small-Town Roadtrip

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There was nothing for Terence in Belfast. The Pound was so old it was a pity. Okay, there was the Trident in Bangor, and then he'd walk back to the city. So he left Ulster and came to New York, and now he's taking 80 days to drive around the US in a Mini, along the way visiting the smallest town in every state. Currently, is in Jalopnik's former Texas outpost, the great city of Austin. Kiss the Pedernales for us, Terence. Only 40 days to get back to New York!


Small-Town U.S.A.

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All that tromping around in Michigan and he didn't even go to Hell*?

(A small-ish town about a dozen or so miles north-northwest of Ann Arbor...If you look at the weather for Detroit &/or Ann Arbor in the wintertime, you'll see exactly when it's a cold day in Hell, and when it will be again.)

His view of Chicago is spot-on, maybe because he never drove on any of the Tollways around or through it.