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Old 07-28-2015, 04:57 PM   #1
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US 95 Spokane to Boise

Has anyone driven a big rig south on US 95 from Spokane to Boise? Good Sam does not show it to be RV friendly.
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It is not, lots of twists and turns. Streets and trips shows it at 553 miles 5 3/4 hours.
395-I84 574 miles 5 1/3 hours.


That is to the junction of 95 & I84
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I guess it all depends on what one is expecting! This last spring, we travel highway 95 from Las Vegas to the Canadian border. While it is not a 'super highway', we did enjoy driving this route. Yes there are a lot of twist and turns, the road can be a little narrow, but there was not a lot of traffic, we got to take our time and enjoyed the trip.
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