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  • #16
    I think I’d like to try just staying on interstate 24 and going around, or through Chattanooga. Although the switchback Road was certainly drivable I have to wonder how much more fuel I burned going that route coupled with the fact that the road was traversed at the end of a long day. My wife doesn’t like the steep drop offs that those type roads have. She was sitting there with her fists clenched for a period of time. For that reason alone I would try the other way before the way I went next time.
    David & Bonnie (2 new kitties, one male, one female)
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    • #17
      info appreciated .... my wife would feel the same way
      Jim
      '06 SunnyBrook Titan 34BWKS
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