I just read some great road trip inspiration from Lonely Planet about the less-romanticized North-South U.S. Highways. We’ve experienced a few of the ones they mention. Last spring our trip took us on a good section of Highway 89 (Nicknamed the National Park Highway) in Utah and Arizona and Nick and I have traveled Parts of U.S. 1 in Maine and U.S. 101 in California and Washington. I grew up near U.S. 61 in Iowa and U.S. 41 is Lake Shore Drive through our current city of Chicago. This list includes a nice geographic variety of American highways. Perhaps the most intriguing is U.S. 83 out there smack in the middle of nowhere. Road trip anyone? Check Out the complete list:
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- 07.19.22 : Buckingham Palace in London on the hottest day in British history.07.28.22 : Edinburgh’s famous Royal Mile leads from the hilltop Edinburgh Castle to the Palace of Holyrood House. Queen Elizabeth’s coffin was escorted up this street today (09.12.22) from the palace to St Giles cathedral (second pic).07.25.22 : Rain-slicked streets met blue skies on our first evening in Inverness. With about 48,000 people, it is the largest city in the Scottish Highlands and is considered the region’s cultural capital.07.25.22 : Loch Ness, Scotland. No monsters to report that day.07.25.22 : That Scottish green though… Overlooking the Scottish Highlands from Suidhe Viewpoint near Loch Ness.07.26.22 : Making friends with the Scottish locals. Highland cattle originated in northern Scotland and the Hebrides Islands. Their wooly hair is great for withstanding the cool, rainy and windy conditions of the region and also gives them an epic set of bangs.