Hickison Petroglyph Recreation Area, Nevada

Now for a little something on the actual “Loneliest Road in America”. Heading home from the Overland Expo West event several years ago, after an unseasonably warm April in Amado, Arizona, I camped at Hickson Petroglyphs Recreation Area/Campground, in one of Nevada’s numerous mountain ranges. At 6,500 feet, there is always the possibility of snow, including during spring. The Hickison Petroglyph … Read More

The Loneliest Road in America?

The section of U.S. Route 50 through the center of Nevada was called the “The Loneliest Road in America” by Life magazine in 1986. It was not meant as a compliment, but it became a popular slogan for the highway. The road does cross the sparsely populated center of the state, but is likely not our loneliest paved byway. One … Read More

Drive Across Mongolia in 4 Minutes

A nicely edited 4 minute video of an 11-day crossing of Mongolia during the Mongol Rally, by Jeff Diehl of www.SpotsUnknown.com. Copyright © 2012 James Langan