Western Nevada, NV Highway 360 between US 6 and US 95. I travel all over the western US in my big rig, and carry an 8" Orion Skyquest as my "grab and go". (I have a 15" Obsession at home). My observing is pretty much restricted to finding a place where safely and legally park my truck. I also have to find the time in my busy schedule, and of course for DSO hunting, there's always the moon factor. So observing opportunities on the road don't come up evey night. I've always got my binoculars for those nights when I don't feel I have time to set up the scope. This particular spot, actually a series of several locations along a 20 mile stretch, is on one of my occasional runs between Los Angeles and Reno. Several fine, wide pullouts with room to park safely. Bortle 1 black, no light domes in any direction. Elevations around 7'000, up out of the soup. Fairly light traffic along the highway, I usually set up the scope with the truck blocking the headlights of vehicles, mostly other trucks, passing by sometimes 5-10 minutes apart. Seeing is pretty good, not too much turbulence from the Sierras to the west. Milky Way pops out while there is still a little glow from sunset. Andromeda Galaxy easily visible with the unaided eye. Just a great spot. love it!