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Old 08-04-2017, 08:14 AM   #1
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Tomorrow driving from Eureka Springs to Mountain View. 30' MH with toad. Wanting to miss Branson traffic. Google maps is showing 23 to 86 to 13 to 160 up to Highlandville. Is this road doable for my rig? And is there anything I should be seeing on this route to Mountain View?

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I would take 65 south through Buffalo River country, and turn east at Leslie on 66. Living in Arkansas, I have done this many times. If fact, was just there in April.

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A 30' should be easy peasy. Some highways in Arkansas have some pretty good grades.
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I would take 65 south through Buffalo River country, and turn east at Leslie on 66. Living in Arkansas, I have done this many times. If fact, was just there in April.

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Rick, what is the advantage of this route? 40 minutes longer? 10 miles longer? I have driven from Fayetteville on 412 to Flippin a few years ago. My brother-in-law owns a little property on the White River near there.

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I don't see where 160 goes anywhere near Mountain View, Arkansas.

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It is Mountain View, Missouri.

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Oh boy, how did I miss that. Sorry for the trouble.
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No problem Rick. Thank you for the effort.

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