Derby Visitors….Take a Pictorial Tour of the Indiana Side of the Big Four Bridge

Attention all Derby visitors : the Indiana side of the Big Four Pedestrian Bridge will not be open for  Derby Festival week but you can still see what you are missing with this Historical Pictorial Tour of downtown Jeff ….click below ….

 http://hoosiertaxpayer.blogspot.com/2014/04/welcome-derby-visitors-to-sunnyside-of.html

UPDATE::::: HT’s post prompted the following exchange on FACEBOOK where the Dalai Lemme (Pope of Gawnews) had posted a link to HT’s award winning photo essay:

This is part of why you shouldn’t argue with a Holy man.

6 comments for “Derby Visitors….Take a Pictorial Tour of the Indiana Side of the Big Four Bridge

  1. Southern Belle
    April 29, 2014 at 10:13 pm

    Discussing the walk bridge thing is allowable
    at the TPEVD.
    Free speech for ALL
    on ALL topics.

    TPEVD
    Monday Night at Buckhead’s. Drinks at 6:00. Dinner at 7:00. Order from
    limited/pre-selected menu upon arrival. $20.20 per person. RSVP .

    Everyone is invited.
    Everyone gets to speak!
    Fire up for your particular cause!
    The GSL’s speech is ALWAYS
    worth
    attending
    this
    prestigious
    event!

    Be brave and show up!

    (Note, the security thing will be provided
    by the GNB/
    Guv-mint Proxy
    Cut-Out/Black Op Heavily Armed Paramilitary Unit .

    The G is watching !
    You are forewarned!)
    ‘Toons rock!

  2. hoosiertaxpayer
    April 30, 2014 at 11:14 pm
    • Amy
      May 1, 2014 at 4:43 pm

      I will not view your blogspot, despite your intro “Damn Big Four Bridge”.

      • hoosiertaxpayer
        May 1, 2014 at 8:14 pm

        That’s perfectly OK Amy the BatBlog isn’t for everyone…

        Whatever floats your boat….

  3. hoosiertaxpayer
    May 1, 2014 at 11:52 am

    By the way thanks to Mr. Lemme for posting the link to the “award winning” BatBlog on Facebook

  4. Amy
    May 1, 2014 at 4:41 pm

    Construction sites are closed. For many reasons. The most interesting parts about construction sites are BEFORE they are open…then not so much when they are closed once work is “being done”.

Tell 'em how you really feel