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Old 12-24-2016, 08:10 PM   #1
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Can an old man with an 80 foot RV, pulling Mother in Law Quarters travel this road north with out having the old lady screaming? Planning on doing this trip in second half of May! Any incite would be appreciated....
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Can an old man with an 80 foot RV, pulling Mother in Law Quarters travel this road north with out having the old lady screaming? Planning on doing this trip in second half of May! Any incite would be appreciated....
Only drove it once and can remember no issues - sort of dry mountains - few trees - easy enough.

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