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Old 06-29-2020, 04:54 PM   #1
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Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Based in Spearfish SD. rolled over there >
Motorcycles: Triumph scrambler, TW200, Monkey
Name: # 44659
Construction on 20/29

I have two new maps, looking to get from I 5 to 101 thru Clear Lake, east on 20. 29 shows construction on 1 map.
I'm dragging my house to the redwoods, not looking for construction delays.

Big one, I 5 SB, smashed big rig, one lane around, traffic backed up 4/5 miles, gonna get worse.
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Old 07-01-2020, 10:42 AM   #2
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Motorcycles: Triumph scrambler, TW200, Monkey
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After a day of straight I 5 North to Willams, I got a day of twisties.

I ran 20 all the way, checked caltrans, two things on 29, one on 20, no road work done yesterday, breezed right thru. My first time, seems that semi's use this regularly, no fun for the locals around the lake.
I usually run 128 from Winters to 101. Way more steeper grades on 20 than 128

I was tired from railing my rig thru the mountains all day, tight stuff on 20, sweepers on 101.

Life in the redwoods, just north of Redcrest, , ,
hiding from 'rona.
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