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Forget the high and low roads…take the LONG ROAD

October 28, 2014

I’m not certain which route we’re taking to Pittsburgh, but it will be long I’m sure. I don’t travel well since developing MG. I need frequent stops to get out and stretch. I will be blogging my adventure.

Embrace Serendipity

At one time I was considering a photo project I was calling Criss-Cross — It was a road trip from Maine to San Diego to Blaine WA to Key West and back to Main.  While I never did that project the idea of taking US highways from their origin to their terminus has always appealed to me.

Recently I found this listing from USA Today.   I’m not sure if we’ll try any of these routes — but they might be something you’d be interested in…..

The 51 longest routes in the U.S.:

  1. 1364 miles: US 27, from Fort Wayne, Ind. to Miami, Fla
  2. 1381 miles: I-5, from San Ysidro, Calif. to Blaine, Wash.’s border with Canada
  3. 1386 miles: US 19, from Bradenton, Fla. to Erie, Pa.
  4. 1398 miles: US 14, from the east entrance of Yellowstone National Park to Chicago, Ill.
  5. 1400 miles: US 61, from Wyoming, Minn…

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