No bull, no service for 106 miles
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Consider today’s column a public service announcement: If you’re ever driving on I-70 between the towns of Salina and Green River, do yourself a favor and check your gas gauge. It could save you a lot of grief.
That’s because out of the thousands and thousands of miles that make up America’s vast interstate highway system — almost 50,000 at last count — there is no longer stretch of blacktop without services than the one between Green River on the east and Salina on the west right here in Utah.
Several people have pointed out that there are places to turn around on I-70 between Salina and Green River. Still, if I'm traveling there, my plan: Salina/Green River is a mandatory fill-up point.
Of course, everyone here knows that already, right? RIGHT?
From Google Streetview:
Green River going west:
"No Services on I-70 next 106 miles" prior to exit 160
"No Services on I-70 next 100 miles" after exit 157 (US-6/US-191)
Salina goes east:
"No Bull" Billboard
Blurred Blue sign.... no services? (Thanks, Google)