I choose this road. 3000 miles. 60 days. Drive 50 miles a day every morning, then leave the Interstate to see what’s around. Drive. Park. Breathe. Watch things, nature, villages, cities, roads, people. Sit somewhere on a bench. Watch. Take pictures too. I could do it.
No, it’s NOT Route 66.
I can’t do it for real, because I’m shy, lazy and broke. Maybe on Google Maps?
It’s traveling without traveling. Maybe when I’ll be stuck in my bed when I’ll be 80 years old. By the way, I found the list of big cities I’d cross over.
I publish this. I have to go, dear readers : I want to visit Joliet, Illinois, now.
“Quad Cities”? Really?
San Francisco, Californie
Salt Lake City, Utah
North Platte, Nebraska
Grand Island, Nebraska
Council Bluffs, Iowa
Quad Cities, Iowa et Illinois (Davenport)
Du Bois, Pennsylvanie
Williamsport, Pennsylvanie (par l’Interstate 180)
Delaware Water Gap, Pennsylvanie
New York (par l’Interstate 95)