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Old 06-29-2014, 08:32 AM   #1
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Traveling east on I 80

How's the route where you drop down to I29 in Lincoln and across to illinois via I-36
Anyone done this? Destination is Indy
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Old 06-29-2014, 11:04 AM   #2
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I hope you mean US 36 instead of I-36.
We did that route a few years back and it was the worst day's drive I have ever spent. I understand the road has been resurfaced since then but it was BAD back then. For some reason we did not go through Hannibal, but dropped down to I-70 to cross in St Louis.
We did pass through the little town were General "Black Jack" Pershing lived, but that was little compensation for the ride.
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Unless you have some particular reason to take US36, I would think you'd have a quicker and easier trip by sticking with I80 to I74.
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Never had a problem I/80 to I/74.
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I've heard enough. I-80 to I-74 it is.. Thanks guys. I'm always looking for different routes as long as they are easy and peaceful. Google maps says it's shorter in miles, and a few minutes longer in time.
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+1 on I-80 to I-74. Not a problem. Not especially scenic, unless you've never seen corn, in which case you'll be astounded..
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+1 on I-80 to I-74. Not a problem. Not especially scenic, unless you've never seen corn, in which case you'll be astounded..
If you call it Maze it makes it go by quicker.
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+1 on I-80 to I-74. Not a problem. Not especially scenic, unless you've never seen corn, in which case you'll be astounded..

What's more astounding is that a hefty percentage of the corn you see is cattle feed.
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If you call it Maze it makes it go by quicker.

Amaizing!!
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