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Old 03-09-2016, 05:29 PM   #1
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April travel through Salt Lake and Boise

We are planning a trip from Denver to Oakland Oregon Via Boise Idaho and taking Hwy 20 across Oregon. Travel time is early April driving a 25 Navion Sprinter. I'm wondering what to expect in terms of weather and road conditions at that time of year.

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Should be just fine

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I travel between salt lake and bend oregon about twice a year. Roads are good weather should be also
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We just drove today from Zion to almost Boise, up 15to 84.
No issues at all, just smooth roads and clear traffic.
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Should be fine, just be prepared, you never know about spring weather.

Besides what could possibly go wrong?

The information is out there, all you have to do is let it in.
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