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Old 02-16-2016, 06:54 PM   #1
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US 77 La Grange to Waco

Can anyone alert me to the roughness in this portion of US77 from La Grange TX to Waco TX? Really want to avoid traipsing over to I-35 or I-45.


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Old 02-16-2016, 07:21 PM   #2
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I have not driven on that portion of 77 from La Grange to Waco in some time, but I would definitely take that instead of going all the way west to I35. And do not forget to start the trip by going to Weikel's Bakery for kolaches and klobasnickys. Where are you staying in Waco?


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Actually headed to Tulsa for a layover and some training, then to South Sioux City, NE for work. Only managed to stay for 5 days here in Columbus, TX on the river. Was planning on a couple weeks. Dastardly work!

Just Sick and tired of IH 45 and really don't want to go catch IH35. Glad to hear US77 is not too bad.
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Its not in the stretch from Lagrange to hwy 21. We did that a couple of months ago. Even if there was some roughness I think I'd take it over 35. Theres lots and lots of highways in Texas and I've only ever found one stretch I wouldn't want to go back over in the coach. Thats from Perryton to Canadian and they've about got that done over now.
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