The Lincoln Highway is the first coast-to-coast route in America, beginning at Times Square in New York and ending 3,389 miles westward in Lincoln Park, San Francisco, passing through the North Central part of Ohio. 241 concrete markers were set by the Boy Scouts in 1928 throughout Ohio, some of which are still there today. The yard sale is an opportunity to learn the history of the road and notice the buildings that were once thriving businesses. Parts of the Lincoln Highway follow U.S. Route 30 through Ohio. 1369 yard sales were recorded in 2015.