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Long Distance Commute Coming Up.... Might Require Assistance by PARAD0X
Started on: 07-07-2017 07:33 PM
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Last post by: jscott1 on 07-17-2017 10:59 PM
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Originally posted by Quad GT:

Glad you got home safe


Thanks for everything man, next time you xome to either Dallas or Austin, let me know, I'll make sure I'm around.
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Originally posted by rogergarrison:

I go to Dallas all the time using 70, 44 and 35. From Columbus to Dallas is usually about 20 hours. I drive straight thru only stopping for gas and take out food/snacks.


Yeah, I could have made it in one day if the car had been reliable, and comfortable. That was definitely not the case this time around. I was planning on two - three days just so I wouldn't have to push myself so heavily. Such is life.
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Glad to hear you're home OK. Can't wait for the new thread.
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Glad you made it home and thanks for sharing your journey. Looking forward to seeing the project ahead. Glad I dug that old ad and posted it up.
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Originally posted by rogergarrison:

I go to Dallas all the time using 70, 44 and 35. From Columbus to Dallas is usually about 20 hours. I drive straight thru only stopping for gas and take out food/snacks.


I go through Columbus all the time coming from NY and if Houston is the final destination you do NOT want to go through Dallas. I did that once and it adds hours to the trip. You want to come down 71,65,40, 30, 49, us59/I69.... that's how I do it anyway. I'm sure there are reasons to take side trips though.

Glad you made it back home. I can relax a little bit.
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