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Days 1-3
(OKC to Tucson)

Days 4-5
(I-19 Sidetrip;
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Days 6-7
(Phoenix)

Days 8-9
(Phoenix to OKC)

Day One:
Oklahoma: I-35
Texas: I-35 | I-35W

Day Two:
Texas: I-35W | I-30 | I-20 | I-10

Day Three:
Texas: I-10
New Mexico: I-10
Arizona: I-10

Day Four:
Arizona: I-19

Day Five:
Arizona: I-10 | I-17

Day Six:
Arizona: I-10 | I-17 |
AZ 51 | Loop 101 |
Loop 202 | U.S. 60

Day Seven:
Arizona: AZ 51 | AZ 143 |
AZ 153 | Loop 202 |
Loop 303

Day Eight:
Arizona: I-17 | I-40
New Mexico: I-40

Day Nine:
New Mexico: I-40
Texas: I-40
Oklahoma: I-40 | I-44

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Spring Training 2004 Roadtrip

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SPRING TRAINING 2004 ROADTRIP
Interstate 40 Arizona

Interstate 40 connects Barstow, California, to Wilmington, North Carolina. The interstate goes through several cities including Flagstaff, Albuquerque, Amarillo, Oklahoma City, Little Rock, Memphis, Nashville, Knoxville, Asheville, and Raleigh. On Day Eight and Day Nine of the Spring Training 2004 Roadtrip, I drove Interstate 40 from Interstate 17 in Flagstaff, Arizona, to Interstate 44 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Interstate 17 to New Mexico State Line
Pictures taken March 19, 2004

Interstate 40 East at Exit 198 - Flagstaff/
Butler Ave.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 201 - Bus.
Loop I-40/U.S. 89 - Page/Grand
Canyon.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 204 - Walnut
Canyon National Monument.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 207 - Cosnino
Rd.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 211 - Winona.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 219 - Twin
Arrows. The landscape changes from
scenic forest to high desert near this
exit.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 225 - Buffalo
Range Rd.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 230 - Two
Guns.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 233 - Meteor
Crater Rd.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 239 - Meteor
City Rd./Red Gap Ranch Rd.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 245 - AZ
99 - Leupp.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 252 - Bus.
Loop I-40 - Hipkoe Dr. This business
loop serves Winslow, the town made
famous in the song "Take It Easy."
Interstate 40 East at Exit 253 - North
Park Dr.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 255 - Bus.
Loop I-40 - Transcon Lane.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 257 - AZ 87
North - Second Mesa.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 264 - Hibbard
Rd.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 269 -
Jackrabbit Rd.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 274 - Bus.
Loop I-40 - Joseph City.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 277 - Bus.
Loop I-40 - Joseph City.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 280 - Hunt
Rd./Geronimo Rd.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 283 - Perkins
Valley Rd.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 285 - Bus.
Loop I-40 East/U.S. 180 East/AZ 77
South - Petrified Forest National
Park/Show Low.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 286 - Bus.
Loop I-40 - Navajo Blvd.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 289 - Bus.
Loop I-40 - Navajo Blvd.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 292 - AZ 77
North - Keams Canyon.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 294 - Sun
Valley Rd.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 300 -
Goodwater.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 303 -
Adamana Rd.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 311 -
Petrified Forest National Park.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 320 - Pinta
Rd.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 325 - Navajo.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 330 -
McCarrell Rd.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 333 - U.S.
191 North - Ganado.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 339 - U.S.
191 South - St. Johns.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 341 - Ortega
Rd.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 343 - Querino
Rd.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 346 - Pine
Springs Rd.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 348 - Houck.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 351 -
Allentown Rd.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 354 -
Hawthorne Rd.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 357 - Indian
Road 12 North - Window Rock.
Interstate 40 East at Exit 359 - Grants
Rd. Interstate 40 enters the state of
New Mexico in about 1/2 mile.