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05-01-2013 07:56 PM
tallzdatank I took 80 all the way through, there isn't anywhere more than 200 miles without services, not much to stop and see though. its pretty empty.
05-01-2013 07:52 PM
mrpotatohead
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what are you looking for? not many stops, but enough for you to make it, avoid "little America" if possible, you'll pay 80 cents more than anywhere else in the state for a gallon of gas
I'm going to shoot for a day and half just a couple stops that might be neat to check out. The midwest and plains are pretty much all the same. I wouldn't care much for stopping until I got into Wyoming. I'm curious if I will encounter any abnormally long stretches without services

Several people are telling me to bypass the 80 and just take the 70 and shoot north but it's at least a couple hundred miles out of the way.
05-01-2013 07:48 PM
tallzdatank what are you looking for? not many stops, but enough for you to make it, avoid "little America" if possible, you'll pay 80 cents more than anywhere else in the state for a gallon of gas
05-01-2013 06:33 PM
mrpotatohead Bump?
05-01-2013 09:14 AM
mrpotatohead
Roooad trip

So I'm driving my TJ back west to the SLC area for my new job next week and google has yet to yield any solid results for the longest stretch of the I-80 through Wyoming without service. I've got a range of 200-250 miles and have made it across Utah on the 70 between Salina and Green River but I like to know what lies ahead

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