45 thoughts on “Strange and Beautiful Roads

    • Those images remind me of having to reach a dam construction site in Wyoming once by way of logging roads all torn up buy construction traffic. Oh man, were the people I rented that pristine white Cutlass Ceira from surprised when I brought it back! Absolutely beautiful country though. πŸ˜€


  1. Absolutely awesome posts. I would love to drive all of them, with the possible exception of the curvey open mountain side pass. That one could make me seriously whoozy.


  2. Great pics !!!

    P.S. one of those roads I think I could only travel on my hands and knees crawling or edging slowly down, crabwise, clinging to the rockface, whimpering 😳


    • Good question. But they came in an email forwarded to me by my son, who had had them forwarded to him by his wife… You know how it goes. There’s some other cute stuff in the email that I might post later. πŸ˜€


  3. I’ve seen more than my fair share of highways – those pictures were simply stunning. Had I seen more roads like that, I’d probably still be out there driving around. πŸ™‚


    • I’ve always been torn between the urge to see what’s over the next hill or around the next bend, and the fear that there’d just be more people I want to get away from! πŸ˜€


  4. I used to resupply some small Air Force outposts, like Monkey Mountain, outside Da Nang in Vietnam, with ammo and such back in ’65 and ’66, and some of the roads I had to drive were both scary and beautiful. I love driving in mountains as well, especially the Rockies.

    Awesome post, amigo. The pictures are indeed worth a thousand words.


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