Where the heck is Phoenix? Pullers 20...

Mike

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#61
Ignorance in a major city? Go on now!! You must be joking!
Tulsa makes me nervous due to the 24 hour drunk driver issue. Had way to many close calls around there.
 

r3gulator3

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#64
I even pay the $10 or whatever it is usually to take the Creek turnpike around Tulsa. It’s well worth the money to avoid the Tulsa ignorance.
I stay on 44 to Wichita Falls then jump on us and Texas highways over to Midland. We have a regular run down that way. I have made it 6 or 7 times this last year. I never have a problem in OKC or Tulsa really. But when you regularly go to Chicago. It takes a lot to screw up your day:
 

gearjammer

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#67
Apparently 80 mph down a 6% grade in a big rig is ok because I got passed like nothing

We made Phoenix. Thanks for the help, everyone
try taking the scenic route next time that will get you blood going, just kidding NEVER take the scenic route I took it in a car once and will never do that again
 
#69
What's this we stuff? Rider? Team driving? Is "we" you and Francis? Has your schizophrenia finally came to light?
Hitchhiker

I burned my USA 70 :cautious:

Then I burned my Canadian 70 :redface:

So I needed someone to make the last leg for me :biggrin-2:
 

Injun

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#72
Jesus wept. How can it be uphill all the way to Flagstaff? :cautious:
For the same reason it's uphill any direction you go in Pennsylvania. Go in from any direction. go out toward any direction. It will be uphill no matter what. Like a massive Mystery Spot.
 

Rigjockey

In Gord we trust!
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#73
For the same reason it's uphill any direction you go in Pennsylvania. Go in from any direction. go out toward any direction. It will be uphill no matter what. Like a massive Mystery Spot.
Like where my Dad went to school It was uphill both ways.:confused-96::rolllaugh:
 

r3gulator3

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#76
Yeah! I think your Dad and my Dad went to different schools together at the same time.:thumbsup::rolllaugh:
Probably. I bet they met each other on a bright sunny day in the middle of the night.
 

dchawk81

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#77
Don't forget they were also barefoot.

Young whippersnappers.

Uphill, barefoot, in the snow, both ways, all year round.
 
#78
I remember my grandma telling me they rode to school in the back of a dump truck. Well, at least it wasn't a pterodactyl.
 

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