Previous: Chapter 10 – Surviving I-40 with Buried Cars, a Blue Hole, and a Big Hunk As we got back on I-40 for the short drive, relatively speaking, to Albuquerque, I thought about everything we’d seen and done since we’d left home only six days ago. When I first had the idea for this trip, …
Previous: Chapter 9 – Texas is Huge. Canyons are Deep. Turkeys are Jerks. There are no two ways around it: I-40 through the Texas panhandle is a beast. That’s primarily because there are no two ways around it. You can take Route 66, but that parallels the interstate so closely that, unless you’re on a …
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Find out what it’s like to spend a night in Joshua Tree National Park in this excerpt from “Two Lane Gems, Vol. 1.”