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Old 08-19-2005, 04:14 AM   #1
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Fairly new to this group I was wondering if one of you could help me out please:

I'll plan a cross country trip (LA to CA) which includes a large portion of NON-freeway roads. One section of my trip will include US 27 along the Gulf Coast (Plenty of ferry rides included).
In order to cross the Cameron Canal you have to use the "Cameron Ferry" (Texas) of which I couldn't find any info of her capacity (rather than she can carry 50 cars. Considering 50 is large enough for my 40 foot Newell (w/ a YJ in tow) I am still a bit worried.

Any ideas? Thank you!

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Y'all!

Fairly new to this group I was wondering if one of you could help me out please:

I'll plan a cross country trip (LA to CA) which includes a large portion of NON-freeway roads. One section of my trip will include US 27 along the Gulf Coast (Plenty of ferry rides included).
In order to cross the Cameron Canal you have to use the "Cameron Ferry" (Texas) of which I couldn't find any info of her capacity (rather than she can carry 50 cars. Considering 50 is large enough for my 40 foot Newell (w/ a YJ in tow) I am still a bit worried.

Any ideas? Thank you!

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