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    The 1100' of gravel switchbacks down the bluff on the horizon were "memorable".

    *~* pietro *~*, gary8345, and 70 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. raysto 74 months ago | reply

      classic image, excellent!

    2. Josh Thompson 74 months ago | reply

      Classic shot. I just drove 1600 miles of I-40 without having the time to stop and take in the landscape. It is stark and beautiful at the same time.

    3. darkmatter 74 months ago | reply

      josh - there's always next time... this was a 2600 mile round trip, going out on I-40 and returning by I-70.

    4. Andrea Kollo Photography 74 months ago | reply

      That's a beautiful darned road ... one I wouldn't mind travelling. Nice to have you back!!

    5. Suz In Reading 74 months ago | reply

      A great set of comments... can't add anything more! Wonderful

    6. teacherholly 74 months ago | reply

      Wow! This is amazing! I love the composition! The blue sky is great and the layers of mountains that are flat are too cool!

      Seen on your photo stream. (?)

    7. strahlenkrank 74 months ago | reply

      good to know the road is still there

    8. d'ici ou d'ailleurs...(retour programmé) 74 months ago | reply

      fantastique...on a envie de prendre sa moto et foncer à 250 km/h...

    9. earth2marsh 74 months ago | reply

      Memories of my own Utah road trip flood back.

    10. ammusk_old 74 months ago | reply

      Fantastic photograph and a stupendous photostream! Added you as a contact

    11. Mr. Mark 74 months ago | reply


      what an amazing drive this must have been.

    12. DirkJalas 74 months ago | reply

      Yeah, Lost Highway! Great capture.

    13. Peter✔ 70 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Crazy Good (Post 1 Comment 2), and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    14. auto ღ graf 68 months ago | reply

      I like the Kerouac tag.

    15. auto ღ graf 68 months ago | reply

      Classic indeed. But there's nothing wrong with classic, is it?

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