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Old 05-17-2014, 03:26 PM   #1
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headed from So Cal to La Grande Oregon in early June. Thinking of 1st nite Bishop, then Winnemucca, then La Grande. What are the good ones and what ones to avoid? Smoothest and quickest. Looks like many miles of nothing out there.
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Old 05-19-2014, 09:48 AM   #2
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Certainly US95 through NV will be an easier and less congested pull than US395 through S Lk Tahoe and Reno areas. Abt 5 yrs ago overnighted at Hi Desert CG in Winnemucca (was nothing special, but ok as an overnight stop) and then N to Boise on US95 (2 lane through ranching country most of the way) a pretty easy drive but few rest stops (none come to mind) and pretty much unpopulated. Went into ID at this point so no comment about further N in OR, but I84 should be pretty uneventful. Safe journey!!
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I did the trip on Google Earth at about 5000 feet. It looked like a fairly easy trip, just not much out there. So it's cell phone, spare tires, tools, big dog and a Glock.
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