Eastern Mojave Vegetation US Highway 84  
 

Tom Schweich  

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 U.S. Route 84 (US 84) is an east–west United States highway. It started as a short Georgia-Alabama route in the original 1926 scheme, but now extends all the way to Colorado. The highway's eastern terminus is a short distance east of Midway, Georgia, at an intersection with I-95. The road continues toward the nearby Atlantic Ocean as a county road. Its western terminus is in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, at an intersection with U.S. Route 160.[2]

Other articles: US Highway 160 at US 84S

Locations: Pagosa Springs.  

Junction: US Highway 160, Pagosa Springs a half mile to the west.

Other articles: Blanco Basin Rd at US 84  

Junction: County Road 326 “Blanco Basin Road”, to Rio Blanco, and Blanco Dam at the head of the San Juan-Chama Project.

Locations: Rio Blanco.  

Cross Rio Blanco.
  “Confar Hill”

Other articles: Colorado Trans-Basin Water Transfer Little Oso Dam

Locations: Little Oso Dam.  

Junction: Unknown road (perhaps private) to Little Oso Dam.

Locations: Little Navajo River.  

Cross Little Navajo River.

 

 

Locations: Chromo.  

Chromo

 

Other articles: Colorado Trans-Basin Water Transfer Oso Diversion Dam

Locations: Navajo River.  

Cross the Navajo River.

Other articles: County Road 382 at US 84  

Junction: County Road 382, "Navajo River Road"
  Colorado above …
New Mexico below …

Other articles: US Highway 64 at US 84N  

Junction: US Highway 64, west to Farmington.

Other articles: Colorado and New Mexico Highway 17 at US 64, 84  

Junction: New Mexico Highway 17, north through Chama into the San Luis Valley.

Other articles: US Highway 64 at US 84S  

Junction: US Highway 64, east to Tres Piedras.

 

 

Other articles: Field Notes 20160619010

Locations: Ghost Ranch.
Full Size ImageCabin rented by Georgia O'Keefe at Ghost Ranch.  

Ghost Ranch

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View painted by Georgia O'Keefe.
 

 

   

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  Junction: US Highway 285, north-northwest of Harnandez. The highways travel concurrently to Eldorado at Santa Fe.
  Junction: US Interstate 25, US Highway 85, south of Santa Fe. The highways travel concurrently to Romeroville.
  Junction: Interstate 40, west-northwest of Santa Rosa. The highways travel concurrently to Santa Rosa.
  Junction: US Highway 54, in Santa Rosa. The highways travel concurrently through Santa Rosa.
  Junction: Interstate 40, in Santa Rosa.
  Junction: Interstate 40, US Highway 54, in Santa Rosa.
  Junction: US Highway 60, in Fort Sumner. The highways travel concurrently to Texico.
  Junction: US Highway 70, in Clovia. The highways travel concurrently to Muleshoe, Texas.
  New Mexico above …
Texas below …
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Louisiana below …
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Mississippi below …
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Alabama below …
  Alabama above …
Georgia below …
  Junction: Interstate 95, in Midway.

 

 

   

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Date and time this article was prepared: 7/14/2019 9:46:54 AM