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Old 01-21-2013, 03:32 AM   #1
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Some more advice
Of the 2 main routes, thru Amarillo on hwy 81 or the southern route via 20-84 I have planned the later as I've done the northern route before
Is this a reasonable decision. are the roads ok. Is it a well travelled route in case of breakdown etc??
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Old 01-22-2013, 10:43 AM   #2
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Since nobody answered,I'll try.I would take the hwy81 to I40 route.Been that way and 81 is good road with several places to stop if desired.40 is also a good raod,at least the part I have been on.Good luck and fun on your trip!!
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Just out of curiosity, why not US 287 to Amarillo then pick up I-40 west? US 287 is 4 lane all the way with places to stop along the route should you desire (Old Towne Cotton Gin RV Park at Goodlett, between Quanah and Childress, is one of our favorites).

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Just out of curiosity, why not US 287 to Amarillo then pick up I-40 west? US 287 is 4 lane all the way with places to stop along the route should you desire (Old Towne Cotton Gin RV Park at Goodlett, between Quanah and Childress, is one of our favorites).

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Good question
I looked at the southern route on google earth and it is 2 lanes each way. I guess I figured it would be a road less travelled. We will be returning to Dallas from Pagosa springs.
I figured I wouldn't have to keep driving the same route to and from hone base.
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