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Just a suggestion for the area going through Torrance, CA:
It's not allowed to ride a bicycle on I-80 in Nebraska according to the signs on the on-ramps.
We did a drive-around so we could give you a current report.
US 2 is blocked at 52. Officially 52 is also closed, but it is open
via a 9" deep ford just west of Velva. Continue on 52 to Anamoose,
north on County rd. 11 nine miles to junction county rd 19, then east
14 miles to junction of 3 (goes north to Rugby). This puts you back on
route. All the roads are good (11 no shoulders), but resources are
scarce ... only at Velva & Anoose. I think you can camp both 'towns'
Total detour distance 82 miles vs 90 on the route. Would make good
alternate to get off 2, but for no services for so many miles.
When we were there jeffrey city appeared to be barely hanging on, I believe the mining had fallen on hard times.
Thanks for some excellent advice/information. Just rec'd my AML 'we print' maps last week. Hope to ride it in late Fall or early Spring in prep for a cross-country trek next year. This kind of anecdotal info is really appreciated.