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Old 07-06-2010, 10:34 AM   #1
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Need some where to pit stop on way to fort drum ny from ohio.Along I90 in pa or ny Thanks.
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You will find NYS Thruway rest stops every 40-50 miles. Angola, Pembroke, Scottsville, and Port Byron to name a few. You might want to exit at Northeast Pa. to fill up the fuel before crossing into NY. there is a Kwik fill there with lots of room to manuver. There is a Flying J travel Plaza in NY at the Route 77 exit, about 20 miles east of Buffalo. The NYS rest stops are very nice, roomy, and have fuel. it will be a scorcher out there today!
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Old 07-06-2010, 11:12 AM   #3
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Yea hot it is.!!! We were going to wallmart it tonight but may be a bit too steamy.May need the air and I need electric.If im gonna lay in a puddle of sweat no sence stopping.
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