America's Loneliest Road

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U.S. Highway 50 in Nevada has been called "The Loneliest Road in America" since 1986. It came courtesy of a Life writer, who bestowed that title upon it in the magazine's July edition, and it stuck. The high desert of eastern Nevada is populated mostly with wild horses, antelopes, and jackrabbits. If you plan your trip right, you may see vast numbers of Mormon crickets crossing the road . . . but when it comes to human beings, they're few and far between. This paperback book has 289 pages and black and white photographs throughout.

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