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Old 06-25-2015, 04:49 PM   #15
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I have a1988 28 ft I dirve from 40 miles west of knoxville to sanford nc about 4-6 times a year 40 is the only way to go just keep your speed 55-65 and you're be fine.

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Old 06-26-2015, 06:40 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by dwhit View Post
CATCOACH: Side note, DWhit have you managed to eat the big steak and get it for free. I did it years ago, never again.

No, I'm 65...trying to eat such a monster would have voided life insurance payout for DW. I had a 21oz I think it was...still took me two days. But that place and their RV park is a pleasant stopover for us. Their 4-layer cake & ice cream are monsters too.

Wow dwhit, that would be a lot to eat. I've often passed by the place but have never gone in. I need to stop this time I think. Thanks

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Old 06-26-2015, 07:21 AM   #17
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I will add to what I said about I-40 through the Smokies; Maximum grades are 6% and none of the pulls is longer than 5 miles.

I-85 to Atlanta is not very scenic and is (for me) scary once you get to Atlanta. I think the I-40 route is much more scenic and enjoyable. I have driven both numerous times.

One word of caution is to check NCDOT for travel conditions on the day you plan to do the drive. Every once in awhile an accident or rock slide will close down the highway for hours or even days.

Have a nice trip.

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