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Old 10-21-2014, 02:53 PM   #15
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Might check taking I-26 to I-81 and bypass I-77 all together. Might be a little farther but I-26 up through Asheville, NC and over the mountains is all 4 lane now and a very easy and beautiful ride. Fancy Gap can be a real nightmare if there is much wind!
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Old 10-27-2014, 06:42 PM   #17
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I use 95 77 81 78 into NY area. Can use 95 bypass Washington on 17 to 66 and on to 81 and 84 to northern NY.
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Actually, I-95 from north of Jax to the VA/NC border is not all that bad, considering. It's the run from Richmond to your destination that will be a pain in the butt. An alternate that many use is to get on US 301 northbound anywhere in the vicinity of Richmond and follow it north. At Annapolis, it joins with US 50, crosses the Chesapeake, and then splits away from US 50 a few miles into the eastern shore. US 50 heads directly east to Ocean City MD and 301 heads up through sparsely populated, flat, farm country until you get south of Wilmington, DE. Hop on I-95 or take US 13 north to the Delaware Memorial Bridge, and then follow the signs for I-295 North. I-295 parallels the NJTP (95) but is free, less traveled, and in pretty much the same shape - decent, all things considered. Cross over to the Turnpike up near Philly, and then stay on it as far north as you dare. There is a bit of construction on I-295 between Philly and Trenton, so you don't want to wait too long to get over to the turnpike. If you don't mind the couple bucks extra toll, just get on the NJTP right after the DelMem Bridge. The turnpike is recently widened and repaved in many areas from Philly north towards Newark. Once you hit Newark, I can't offer any better advice than those who live up in that neck of the woods, so do what THEY recommend. Gaze at Google Maps to familiarize yourself with the route.

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