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Old 01-25-2012, 04:50 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Wannabe View Post
Do you work as a tour guide? Thanks for the great pictures and tips. Now if just 10 more would make similar suggestions, our trip will be planned. Thanks again!
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Originally Posted by chaunclm View Post
We did the coast drive ( twice both times south to north. The last time we were in a travel trailer and pickup. The road north of San Francisco was a challenge.
You're not kidding!! Made the mistake of taking that in a 23' Class C. Fantastic for motorcycles or low-slung cars but not for a motorhome with the hairpin turns. Beautiful vista's but you won't be able to enjoy it due to the road.


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Went north from SF in May of last year on 101. My passenger said the scenery was magnificent. But for me the driver, all of the road near the coast was hairpin after hairpin. Full time driving, no time to look. I concede that part of the problem could have been the driver. Our plan was to drive from SF to Seattle but I bombed out half way up Oregon. But the scenery I was able to see like the Avenue of the Giants was great. My MH is just 30' pulling toad. I think if you take your time and explore the back roads the trip will be worth it.


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