A curious route: 20-mile stretch of western Minnesota highway offers a mix of mystery, geologic transitions
DOWNER, Minn. - It's a 20-mile stretch of blacktop that straddles the Clay/Becker County line in western Minnesota.
Fargo-Moorhead residents who use it as a route to the lakes call it the Downer Road.
It starts when you take the Downer exit off Interstate 94 and head east on 90th Avenue South, also known as Clay Highway 10.
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