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DC&MC

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Posted: 05/09/20 08:10pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I’m just curious since we have yet to leave AZ for Oregon. What is this ‘time bomb’? Haven’t heard anything about it


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Posted: 05/11/20 04:40pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

DC&MC wrote:

I’m just curious since we have yet to leave AZ for Oregon. What is this ‘time bomb’? Haven’t heard anything about it


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Posted: 05/12/20 08:54am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

He will have to open them sometime cant stay in your house for ever

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Just follow up. We left Arizona later in the day and drove to Quartzsite the first day 166 miles, Bakesfield 350 miles, Rolling Hills Casino 397 miles, Eugene, Or 367 miles, and 314 miles to summer park in Washington. There was traffic on the roads, but not bad. Fuel was not and issue. Truckers in California were rolling at at 61-62 vs the normal of 59 in past years. However we have not been on the route for a few years. The 50 degrees difference in temps are noticeable! Had a little rain in Oregon. 10 in Palm Springs area was not bad, Sacramento was fine, as was Portland and Seattle, staying up at speed all the way. Lots of bumpy areas along that route(60, 10, 210, 215, 138,14,58, 99, and 5)

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