Interstate riding, while often not pleasant, is sometimes a necessary evil, at least if you want a direct route. I rode some busy parts of I-90 in MT and a stretch of I-80 in WY and lived.
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Did you end up travelling north along the coastline via 1/9/parallel routes?
Several of you mention "local mom and pop diner" - What is that?
Small, locally owned and operated diners are often operated by the owners' family, thus known generically as "Mom and Pop Diner." They know and are known by the locals, who often will go there for a regular cup of coffee, sometimes a breakfast, every morning.
At Madison campground the hiker/bikers get to camp in a nice grassy area right behind the office (and it's a well-kept secret that the ladies gave us access to their coffee pot in the morning)!