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Old 12-05-2005, 07:32 PM   #1
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I'm looking at hauling a 5th wheel from Norfolk to Louisville in late December. Anyone familiar with that stretch of Interstate and road conditions for travel.

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I'm looking at hauling a 5th wheel from Norfolk to Louisville in late December. Anyone familiar with that stretch of Interstate and road conditions for travel.

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I've done it, but it has been awhile. From Norfolk to Richmond I do fairly often. HOWEVER...you'd better better be out of Norfolk before 2:30, unless you enjoy rush hour traffic. Hampton/Newport News and north can be pretty heavy, but traffic moves along good. Not many hills, but effectively you are going ''up''.

The only glitch might be crossing the mountains there west of the 81..
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I 64 west out of norfolk you might have to stop at tunnel -so they can see you have the propane turned off---nearing richmond-take 295 around richmond toward charlottesville be careful washington going around---"don't go to washington after that you have the big climb over Afton mountain west of charlottesville.then south on I.81 south toward Ky 77 north thru west va---another Tunnel and west out of Charleston to Louisville
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