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Old 02-04-2012, 03:52 PM   #15
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We just did Hwy 1 from Morro Bay to Montery in our 36 foot Class A towing our Jeep Liberty. The Dw says the scenery was nice. I was to busy to look! It really is a beautiful drive, not for the fainthearted though. Camping in Big Sur was well worth it!

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Old 02-05-2012, 06:54 PM   #16
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Do what you are comfortable with.. Hy 101 or Hy 1 the trip is well work it. One suggestion is to travel north to south, yes you and the DW are on the ocean side of the road but there are lots of turnouts and view points you will want to stop, take in the view, enjoy lunch and relax. If you are traveling north bound you will find very few turnouts and the ones with the view are on the wrong side of the road and very hard if not imposable to cross over the on coming lane,

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