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Not a Clue

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Has anyone traveled hwy 19 from I70 to I44 in Missouri? Good road?


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According to my Rand McNally Atlas it shows it is a scenic road and my rule is NEVER to pull a trailer on a scenic road.


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When I don't know, I consult my Motor Carrier's Atlas. The routes approved for truckers are highlighted. If it's approved for them it's approved for me. Haven't been disappointed. Available at any truck stop.


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Yes, I have. It’s windy and a little hilly but not enough so to avoid. Don’t expect to make very good time though.

I was pulling a 30’ FW with a long bed, crew cab dually. No white knuckles but it took awhile.


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ljr wrote:

Yes, I have. It’s windy and a little hilly but not enough so to avoid. Don’t expect to make very good time though.

I was pulling a 30’ FW with a long bed, crew cab dually. No white knuckles but it took awhile.


Thanks! We are in no hurry!

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It's gets more curvy south of Salem but you aren't headed that far.

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Its a good scenic typical Ozark road. However if you want to make time its not the road to do it on. I would either go back to St. Louis and catch 44 or go to west on 70 to Kingdon City and take 54 to 5 to 44. We drive that all the time its a good heavy traveled road.


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Dick_B wrote:

it is a scenic road and my rule is NEVER to pull a trailer on a scenic road.


My rule is to ALWAYS pull a trailer on a scenic road.

Charles Kuralt had it right:

"Thanks to the Interstate Highway System, it is now possible to travel across the country from coast to coast without seeing anything."





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Thanks everyone! We are in no hurry and want to check out Cuba, Mo.

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Not a Clue wrote:

Thanks everyone! We are in no hurry and want to check out Cuba, Mo.


A bit further south would take you to Echo Bluff State Park. Very new with FHU sites, lodge, restaurant and free roaming wild (not very) horses.

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