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Old 07-25-2016, 08:18 PM   #1
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Branson to Texarkana via Rt 23

I am going from Branson to San Antonio in a couple of weeks. I avoid I-35 like the plague so will be going Texarkana to Tyler to Seguin, TX.

I have not driven Rt 23 from Branson to Texarkana, but it looks very squiggly on google maps. How is the road? We are in a 39' DP towing a Pickup Truck.
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It's not called the pig tail for nothing. It's a great road for a motorcycle, if that gives you a hint.

North of Ozark, AR there are a few 10 mph switchback curves that you are probably going to drag your back bumper. I wouldn't advise it.
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Thank you. I'll go through Little Rock!
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Old 07-28-2016, 07:49 PM   #4
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When you get to Texarkana take I-30 to Little Rock 430 by go east on I-40 to Conway then Hwy 65 north to Branson.
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