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Mon Dec 23 16:17:27 EST 2002
Two words. Bypass wide. I often take trips down
through there (to the Richmond area) both alone and
with military convoys. My rule is always to bypass
urban areas with the widest diameter urban interstate
loop. This has always worked well for me. The
straight through route (although many miles shorter)
always turns into a disaster. I now follow this rule
religously. Maybe you did this and just hit some bad
traffic or an accident that mysteriously disappeared
by the time you got there.
--- "Paul R. Luevano" <paul at clarity.net> wrote:
> So, I just made the drove from Boston to Orlando.
> Somewhere in North Carolina
> (I think) I was playing tag with a V8 with Maryland
> plates on I95 south. Anyone
> Trip was uneventful, car ran like a top. Only
> "issue" was the 2.5 hours it took
> me to get through the DC area. Can you say suck? I
> knew you could. Before DC,
> ave sped was 74mph. After DC, 54mph, which averaged
> out to 64mph for the whole
> trip. The traffice in DC added over 2 hours to my
> drive. Suck.
> Happy holidays everyone!
> Paul Luevano | AMA * MSF |'99 CBR
> 600F4 (Racebike)
> http://teamdaemon.com | USM * CCS #898|'97 CBR
> 1100XX (Streetbike)
> Waltham, MA USA | NMA #116657 |'91
> 200TQ20V (Winter)
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> exist."-Jack London_____
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