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Old 01-31-2011, 04:20 PM   #1
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Help me with this Route

Hi I have a Gasoline Fleetwood Storm 36' towing a dingy . We are leaving 12FEB2011. The only Concern is RV friendly gas stations along this route. Yes, Interstates are easier but in this case the long way around. we are going to Amelia Island,FL from Macon,GA looking at this route:

from Macon I-16e to Federal 441s(McRea) then Federal 23s Callahan then A1A to Amelia Island.

If you have any suggestions we are open to them.

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Old 01-31-2011, 06:26 PM   #2
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We also travel the back roads. Lots more to see rather than billboards and Interstate traffic. I have never found it hard to find a gas station ( convient store type ) on the local routes. The route your speaking of has a lot of log truck traffic. They get their fuel somewhere. Good Luck and be safe.
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