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Old 03-29-2015, 01:57 PM   #11
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This is exactly the help I was looking for, thank you everyone. When the DW and I were looking at I-95 on Google Earth it looked like there was no fuel stops or they were pretty stretched out. The TV gets about 10 MPG or less, so a 26 gallon tank isn't going to go far; that is why we are going to carry the 2 extra 5 gallon cans. I have pushed a car that was out of gas before, now that I am a bit older I am pretty sure I can't push a TV and 35' TT! LOL!
There's also a bit of sand here and there, just make believe your at the beach and it'll shorten the ride. Starts getting pretty the further north. On 97, the central Oregon folks use red rock on the shoulders and if it's sunny, the pine trees make a nice contrast. Early morning and dusk travel thru there, one needs to be alert for deer....lots of 'em.
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