Travel: Sights on the Shunpikes

Sights on the Shunpikes

Modern man may have mapped the unknown, ridden higher than the wind and lower than the seas, had a look through the heavens at earth and caught the moon's underbelly on film. But the average American is most apt to boast not of what he saw or where he went but of how quickly he made the trip. More people more on the move, in more cars and on more roads, have made pleasure driving seem a thing of the past, a foolish endeavor for old ladies on Sundays or...

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