Some Nostalgia from US Interstate 10: A Personal History - Author Tom Zoellner takes a drive down memory...

Some Nostalgia from US Interstate 10: A Personal History - Author Tom Zoellner takes a drive down memory lane

"Journeys take place in the mind as much as they do in physical space, and I have noticed a recurring thought-pattern that unspools every time I travel Interstate 10 between Phoenix and Tucson. Lots of people are joining me out there: this is the state's most travelled piece of rural asphalt, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. But the state's busiest freeway is also it's most reviled, crossing what many consider swaths of unattractive scrublands and cheerless little offramp villages. "At night and with a six-pack," is how one historian friend of mine — a great lover of this state — described his only preferred way to travel I-10."

A lot of the landmarks are already gone but nonetheless, this is an interesting read.

See https://www.tucsonweekly.com/tucson/interstate-10-a-personal-history/

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Interstate 10: A Personal History | Feature | Tucson Weekly
Journeys take place in the mind as much as they do in physical space, and I have noticed a recurring thought-pattern that unspools every time I travel Interstate 10 between Phoenix and Tucson.

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