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Old 09-28-2014, 08:47 AM   #1
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Vegas to Seattle

Thinking about taking a new to me route back to Seattle, the route I,m thinking about is taking the 93 off the 15 north of vegas, then jumping on the 318/38 north of Alamo, NV , this road connects back up to the 93 at Ely, NV then take the 93 all the way to the 84 in Idaho, my truck and trailer is a 1999 Freightliner FL-60 and a 17,000 pound fifth wheel toy hauler 42 feet long, and thoughts comments, or advice is accepted thanks L-n-K

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I've used that route many times , north & south bound. Some refer to the NV drive, as boring and others avoid it because of spotty cell phone coverage.
JMHO: I'll take boring over the traffic mess around Salt Lake City.
The long down hill into Pemberton OR, I-84, requires attention to your control speed at the top of the hill.
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Note to self , check spelling before posting.
Should read , Pendleton OR.
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