The most memorable photos from the ’80s

Posted October 07, 2019 11:06:58I remember driving on Interstate 75 in Atlanta when I was a kid.

The roads were rough and bumpy and the people on the road were tough.

I was fascinated by how they worked.

The interstate was one of the first highways built in the U.S. It’s a big stretch of land with few traffic lights and a few cars on each lane.

It wasn’t until I was in my early 20s that I realized I had never driven on a single state highway before.

But in those early days, the interstate was a great way to get from point A to point B. There was always a line of people waiting for a bus or a taxi.

That made driving on the interstate a great experience.

Driving on the Interstate was fun, and the first thing you saw on the highway was the giant trucks.

I remember seeing them all the time.

There were giant trucks on the freeway and on the shoulder, and I loved the big trucks.

The big trucks would take off on either side of the interstate and the drivers would take the extra space and time to get in the truck.

Sometimes you’d see two trucks come from different directions and the driver would pull up in the middle of the highway and take the right turn.

It was fun to see how big trucks worked.

When I was growing up, I was pretty fast, and by the time I was 12 or 13 years old, I had to be pretty slow to get around.

I would drive the speed limit on the speedway and sometimes I’d even drive on the side of a freeway just to get to my parents.

The speedway is always busy because there are tons of cars coming in and out of the city.

You can get in and drive in about 20 minutes.

There’s not a lot of room for mistakes.

Drivers always wanted to be seen, and they’d come up to me and say hello.

The first time I got on a freeway, I got in front of the truck, but I didn’t know it was the truck and I didn