Roadside Trivia #10

Sorry that we’ve not been posting much recently but we were dry camping for the last 18 days. During most of that we were in poor cell signal areas which for us means no internet. Plus we were out and about seeing some great places in Montana. So while we attempt to catch up, here are a few fun facts from our recent stops.

1) What did car giant David Dunbar Buick invent before getting into the automobile industry? Hint: it is something you probably have in your house today.

2) Cows have a terrific sense of smell. How far away can they detect water?

a) 2 miles  b) 3.5 miles  c) 6 miles  d) 10 miles

3) In 1918 what US state created the system for route numbering (now used internationally) that we use today?

a) New York  b) Wisconsin  c) Texas  d) California

4) What 2 foods you probably have eaten are made from cow hooves?

Are you ready for the answers?

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OK, OK!!

1) David Dunbar Buick invented the process for adhering porcelain to cast iron and gave the world the white bathtub.

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Question 1

2) Correct answer is c) 6 miles

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Roadside Trivia #10
Question 2

3) Correct answer is b) Wisconsin

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Question 3

4) Remember Bill Cosby and J-E-L-L-O? Also Gummy Bears!

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Question 4

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