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The Odd Trail, as it is affectionately known by its friends, stretches from coast to coast. Of the ten original exits that once allowed traffic on and off the Trail, only six remain connected to the rest of the National Highway System, creating a highway that is more than just a means of travel for those who live and work on it; the Odd Trail is a world of its own. Ambrose Bierce was a frequent visitor, and his famous short story The Damned Thing was said to have been inspired by true events the great writer witnessed during his travels on this forgotten highway.