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Old 08-07-2011, 08:23 AM   #1
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Washington State Route 14

Is Washington State Route 14 along the Columbia River big rig friendly or should we take I 84?
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It is a 2 lane road, with small towns along the way. At times it can be quite busy with fisherman and their boats, also logging trucks. But I used to drive it often as a change of pace from 84. If you are not in a big hurry, take your time and enjoy the trip. No real sharp turns or hills. Check Google Earth.
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I use it without problem or concern. Very pretty drive from Washougal, Wa. to Bingen, Wa. beyond that I think mostly dry hills.
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