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Old 05-16-2014, 11:00 AM   #15
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It's a bit more difficult going southwards than northwards, as almost everything you want to pull off and see is a turn across the oncoming traffic.
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It's a bit more difficult going southwards than northwards, as almost everything you want to pull off and see is a turn across the oncoming traffic.

Huh? I think you mean it the other way around..... it's a bit more difficult going "northwards" than "southwards".

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Old 08-29-2014, 11:07 AM   #17
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Heading South from Kent Wa in a couple days to Redding Ca. I-5 or the 101 thru Oregon? Just curious about road conditions, we're still recovering from the trip down the Cassier Highway from Alaska.


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No problems on 101. Couple of bridge projects on with one lane open, not much of a delay. Enjoy the ride down.
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If you are in a hurry take I5 if not 101 is much more scenic. Personally I would not go anywhere until after the 2nd as the coast will be packed for the holiday. We are actually leaving next Thursday and will follow 101 from Copalis Beach WA. South to Petaluma CA. then over to Tahoe. Plan to take 2 weeks or more to get that far.
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If you are in a hurry take I5 if not 101 is much more scenic. Personally I would not go anywhere until after the 2nd as the coast will be packed for the holiday. We are actually leaving next Thursday and will follow 101 from Copalis Beach WA. South to Petaluma CA. then over to Tahoe. Plan to take 2 weeks or more to get that far.

Thanks Brian & Winepress. After a wonderful but long day at The Gorge yesterday for a concert, we've decided to stay put until Tuesday and then head south. Safe Travels


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