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Old 01-30-2016, 09:47 AM   #15
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Drove Hwy1 from San Fran to tie in at 101 in a Sportscar. I wouldn't do it with anything longer than a 30 footer to be able to enjoy the Coast (and no Towed)

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I'm sitting in Morro Bay right now. I would never take an RV of any size up the totality of 1. Certain portions, absolutely. Others absolutely not. Tuesday, midday, we took our Honda past Hearst Castle to Ragged Point. Being a bicycle type, I know how popular 1 is, so I'm looking at it from that standpoint. (Remember, Cal law is you have to give cyclists a margin of 3' when you pass them.) Most of the road between Morro & Hearst is very easy. Few miles before Ragged Point there is no shoulder. Very narrow. Absolutely no place for cyclists & RV's to mingle. Being an old dude, I drive the speed limit. Pulled over a number of times to let faster vehicles pass me. Remember, I'm in a car. Last few miles about 12 of us were behind a dump truck driving like an RV should. Two cars passed him on blind, dangerous stretches. Even this time of year, I counted 12 bicyclists on that stretch.

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see motorhome map 45' Bus & Motorhome Map

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