Loyalty Traveler - Even Lonelier than the Loneliest Road in America

Discussion in 'Blogstand' started by BoardingArea, Jul 15, 2011.  |  Print Topic

  1. BoardingArea

    BoardingArea News Feed

    Messages:
    73,877
    Likes Received:
    463
    Status Points:
    20
    U.S. Route 6 used to be the longest transcontinental highway in the U.S. from Long Beach, California to Provincetown, Massachusetts. Route 6 now starts in Bishop, California on the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Yesterday I drove from Mammoth Lakes to Ely, Nevada on Route 120 past...
    ©Loyalty Traveler, a BoardingArea Blog

    Continue reading...
     
  2. Scottrick
    Original Member

    Scottrick Gold Member

    Messages:
    2,586
    Likes Received:
    4,078
    Status Points:
    2,570
    Hwy 6 is definitely lonelier than Hwy 50. There are tons of people on 50 from Sacramento to Lake Tahoe. But I've rarely seen a road as lonely as Hwy 6. There are some similar ones if you try to cut across from I-5 to US-101. Lots of winding and hills, and you really don't know if you're going the right way except that you haven't hit the ocean yet.
     

Share This Page