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Cool Smaller Highways and Destinations from SLC to Portland

Discussion in 'Hitchhiking' started by Sirius, Mar 20, 2017.

  1. Sirius

    Sirius Sir Posts a Lot

    Feb 16, 2017
    Not having a job
    Knox, PA, United States
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    +514 / -25
    Hey guys! So in 2 weeks or so we're going to start hitting the road again. By then we will have been landed for about a month so I'm looking forward to getting out there again.
    We're starting in Salt Lake City, Utah heading west towards the 101, probably starting that route in San Fran. My question lies in not wanting to take the major interstates to San Fran so I was wondering if anyone knew the best/most fun/decently traveled smaller highways that'd be a better alternative to I-80. Cool shit or awesome small town suggestions would be nice too.
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