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Old 06-16-2015, 07:00 PM   #21
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One thing we can all do if faced with a route we don't like or might consider dangerous, and that is turn around.
Sometimes that can add an additional day to the trip. That would be annoying.
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Old 06-16-2015, 09:00 PM   #22
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Sometimes that can add an additional day to the trip. That would be annoying.
Never did I say it would not be annoying, but safety usually trumps annoying.

I was routed down about 10 miles of dirt road in MT a few years ago. I had to back up the Silverado and the trailer about a quarter of a mile and go back the 10 miles. It seems the nice dirt road turned into a one lane switchback with a sign stating:
Steep narrow one lane road, high clearance required, four wheel drive might be needed; proceed with caution. I have traveled the Moki a few times, and this trail made the Moki look like I70 through the mountains of CO.

If I was just driving around in my Hummer I would have loved it.
Yes, it was annoying... Very annoying
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