Sunday, March 4, 2012

725. 90,000

The population of Toowoomba, Australia is said to be 90,000. That is also the population statistic given for two countries, Grenada and Aruba. Lakewood, New Jersey is said to have the same number of residents. Los Angeles is said to have 90,000 homeless.

As of March 1, 2012, at 9:48 am, a visitor from Washington, DC become the blog's 90,000th visitor, pulling up entry #642 from August 9, 2010, which was largely a discussion from my trip to the New Madrid Bend of Kentucky and Reelfoot Lake area in Tennessee.

90,000 ! Woohoo! Keep reading.

1 comment:

Jeff Nolin said...

When did names of east-west streets in the West End past 30th St. change? Like Chestnut St to River Park, Magazine to Del Park Terrace, and Madison to Vermont. Did Walnut St have a different name west of 30th?

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