A few months ago, Reddit user mountainproject, who works on the Mt.
Washington project, published an article that had over 20,000 upvotes and over 200 comments.
The article was largely based on an interview with one of the project’s leaders, Brian Knecht, who shared his vision for the mountain project and a plan for how it could be accomplished.
It was an excellent read, and it was the first piece of information we had on the mountain.
The story was followed by several other pieces, including an update on the progress of the mountain itself and the completion of the $40 million project.
The next piece of info we received was a series of updates on the construction of the new highway.
The first update said that the highway would cost $25 million, but that it would also be the first of several highway projects.
The second update said the project would cost between $50 million and $60 million.
The third update said $40.5 million was needed for the project, and that it was still in the works.
The fourth update said construction would begin in mid-2017 and would take approximately three years.
We are now back in the business of digging into these details, but first let’s look at the timeline.
The highway is expected to open sometime in 2018.
Construction began in November of 2017, with the highway officially opening in late 2019.
We know that this project was a joint effort between the city of Seattle, the federal government, the state of Washington, and the local Seattle Police Department.
The new highway is estimated to cost $38.6 million to complete.
We know that the $38 million is still a lot of money, but it seems to be a reasonable price to pay for a road that would not only improve the traffic flow, but improve the quality of life for local residents.
What are your thoughts on this project?