I may have mentioned in the past that I am not an adrenalin junkie. In fact, I may be the antithesis of an adrenalin junkie. So I won't be travelling on this road any time soon. A couple of friends will remember my panic attack just driving up Grandfather Mountain.
Jan sent us these widely circulated photos. They are identified as being shots of a road called Stremnaya in Bolivia. I tried to blow up the photos to get a good look at a license plate, but the blow-ups were just too fuzzy. Or else my astigmatism is getting worse. A little further investigation, corroborated by comments, indicates that they are actually the Guoliang Tunnel in China (and yet they persist in having population problems). The tunnel was hand-carved by villagers to transport goods and goats. I doubt they envisioned this.