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What is your favorite stretch of road?

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Let's talk scenery. My favorite stretch of road is the I-84 in Oregon along the Columbia river gorge. I also love the I-5 In northern California. What's your fave stretch of road?

kangar0085

Let's talk scenery. My favorite stretch of road is the I-84 in Oregon along the Columbia river gorge. I also love the I-5 In northern California. What's your fave stretch of road?

DannyD

I like bridges for some reason. So I'm thinking of the Mackinac here in Michigan & also the Bridge/tunnel on the Chesapeake is pretty cool.

Another stretch of road I like is the shoreline of Lake Huron going up US 23. I also like lakes/rivers/bodies of water, which I guess would go hand in hand with liking bridges.

MSinger

My favorite is I-40 and I-26 between Knoxville and Spartanburg. I also enjoy the West Virginia Turnpike and I-68 in Maryland.

kwexpress

Any four lane is great to me as long as there is no ice, snow, rain and very little traffic, and 70 mph speed limits helps too.

ejtrucker

Lake Silver Road, the last mile before my driveway to home!

And coming in at second I-26 and I-77. I find myself not focusing on the road because of the beauty.

It is roadways like this that make driving for a living worth it, or at least real close to worth it.

TJ959

My favorites are the WV turnpike, I70 Between Denver and Grand Junction CO, and US2 between St. Ignace and Manistique MI. I remember having a flat tire on US2 and it didn't even bother me. I just sat there and looked at the lake for a while, then changed the tire.

MR.SNAPPY

These would be my 2 favorite places to enjoy while looking out my office window: A1A in Florida, and the stretch of I-64 in Lexington, KY looking out at the horses with the rolling hills and the white fences and the beautiful old homes that surround these farms.

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