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Old 06-20-2016, 03:33 AM   #1
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Going to Goshen In. Traveling on 77 then 35 followed by 33. How are 35 and 33. Never been on them before. Any inputs would be appreciated.

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We have traveled to Goshen from SC three times. Although 33 and 35 are pretty good roads, it seems to us that they make Ohio an extremely large state.

I personally like the route taking the interstates. Since I live in northern SC, I usually take US 74 over to I-26 to I-40 over to Knoxville and pick up I-75. There was considerable delaying construction in Louisville last fall, so I would go on up to Cinncinatti, then take I-74 to Indy. From there north on US 31, with a route through Nappanee to Goshen. As I remember there was also some bridgework south of Goshen that also caused a detour.

While in Goshen, I recommend a day trip over to Shipshiwanna, to visit the Amish in the flea market and shop at Yoder's Meat and Cheese.

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Both 33 & 35 are limited access state highways, so you'll have reduced speeds as you go through towns, but the roads themselves are fine.

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