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QuoteI cast my vote for the vicinity of Jeffrey CityJeffrey City was (is?) so memorably godawful and anything improving that would spoil it. I think a book could be written of Jeffrey City stories. I've no recollection of a church there but I did stay in the dismal motel before it closed, incredibly expensive, $70+, for a freezing room, broke TV and a leaking toilet.
On my trip across the US in 2012, I used the interstate highway across North Dakota, the only state which allows cyclist on the interstates, as I understand things.
From this single experience compared to the thousands of miles on back roads, I know for sure that cycling on the interstate highways in the US is much safer
I would like to see AdventureCycling take this on as a campaign to get this stupid prohibition lifted right across the US. If I were a US citizen I would certainly start such a campaign
Like any endeavor involving humans, there is the chance, maybe even a likelihood, that poor behaviors of the odd individual can ruin a good thing for the rest of us.
You might consider how needed the service is in the location. That might be more important than volume of bike traffic.
Some fabrics hold onto these chemicals and gases at a molecular level and nothing you can do will break those bonds.
We started the Northern Tier in Seattle and joined the route in Rockport. We had a beautiful ride via Darrington, Arlington, and Snohomish. From Snohomish north you are on a great trail called the Centennial Trail.
Oh yikes, maybe it isn't such a good idea then. Did the sections you saw without good shoulders still look like busy sections?