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Old 11-10-2017, 04:29 AM   #1
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SC to Cali via I 40

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Newbie here who is about to embark on a cross country trip within next few days. I am traveling alone, 23ft MH, no toad.. I'm considering I 40 going, I 10& I 20 on my return. Someone just posted a trip with various routes, sorryvtrip was from Va to Cali, since I'm not in a hurry, wondering if scenic routes. I have to consider availability of diesel. What are your thoughts. Sure would appreciate.
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No problem getting diesel, it's available everywhere. As I posted on another thread, watch for snow and hwy closings on I40 thru NM and AZ. Be prepared to head down to I10 if it comes up. On I40 you will be over 7000' ft altitude going thru the Flagstaff, Williams area, that means snow in the winter.

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