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Old 07-12-2014, 02:31 PM   #1
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Seaside, Or. to McMinneville, Or. best route

I will be traveling from Seaside, Or. on July 18th Friday heading to McMinnville, Or.

Been told 3 routes... so confused.

Seaside via 26 toward Portland then Hwy 47 South. (someone said not
good road for my 35' Class A with tow car)?

Seaside via 26 toward Portland to think 217 (Beaverton to Tigard)
then hwy 99 so. to McMinneville.

Seaside down us 101 to Otis then over hwy 18 to McMinneville.

So anyone have any ideas/experience?

Also, how can I check for road construction? Someone said there was
work on hwy 47.

Thanks for your help for this old grandma.

Dy
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I would go 101 to 18. I think either is ok but this would be my first choice.
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Old 07-12-2014, 10:55 PM   #3
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on any of them you will be fine. 101 will be a little rough but once you get to Tillamook it'll be smoother. 18 to mac is great. the other ones are fine too
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