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gme3470

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Posted: 06/21/21 07:44pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The I5 to Hwy 20 route is an ideal way to go. Hwy 20 intersects Hwy 101 near Ukiah and then you can travel up 101 and experience the varying terrain up to Klamath. Hwy 36 from Red Bluff over is not suited for RVs and in fact has been closed or restricted for some time anyway. Hwy 299 over from Redding is very scenic but you would miss a lot of the 101 scenery.


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CA Traveler wrote:

The Oakland - Berkley route is my least favorite due to traffic. Check the Caldecott Tunnel restrictions if you go that way.

And the Red Bluff Redding routes to the coast are often a one time only.


Your input is always valued. No decision yet. Probably right, once trying the northern cross 5 to 101 we were soured. At our age the shorter road day the better. That is always in our plans now. The Caldecott Tunnel tip is appreciated and will search for current news. My wife when young lived in Gold Beach Or, trying for one more visit.


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We're in Eureka and heading to Astoria, will wave as we pass Gold Beach.

Traffic in N California is light compared to 2019. A lot of places closed and significant homeless people in Eureka.


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Thanks CA Traveler and others for the advise on the 20. We will take it and avoid SF. By the way I just read this article about gas shortages in Northern California and the Pacific Northwest. Since your up there CA Traveler what have you seen? https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/06........tations-run-fuel-going-4th-july-weekend/

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