US Route 6 is the longest contiguous transcontinental route in the USA. Running from Provincetown, MA to Bishop, CA (and before 1964 to Long Beach, CA), Route 6 goes through 14 states. This is your guide along all of its original 3,652 miles. From Revolutionary War sites to pioneer settlements and western mining towns, Route 6 offers an in-depth lesson in US History, charms of yesteryear and comforts of modern times.
To bring more attention to US Route 6, its towns, attractions and people, I began blogging for the Huffington Post a month ago. You can see my latest, here - all about the 5 Best History/Farm/Garden Parks in the USA where kids can play, learn and cure NND (Nature Deficit Disorder).
Living History Farms Urbandale, IA
I've highlighted places to see weird, unusual or cool artifacts, and stops to make along the longest contiguous highway in the USA for the best ice-cream and cheese.
Red Rock Cheese Co. Delta, UT
There's so much to see and do - away from the regular tourist traps - on a US Route 6 road-trip, no matter what segment you choose to take (even better if you take the whole ride from sea to sea).
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