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Best Answer Andrew Spacey says
That is every young person's dream right there!!! I grew up in California so I know where you are talking about. I have had many great road trips but that one I can't even closly compare...maybe old people can do that too lol
I live in Ca and have fond memories of my brother buying a 5 speed Chevy and having to pick up his girl friend in San Francisco. What a roller coaster ride. He had never driven a stick and at the bottom of every hill he had to stop at a red light.
I remember after learning to drive taking my first mini-road trip to Magic Mountain at the base of the grapevine and deciding I wanted to see what was over the hill. My car had to stay in the slow lane it was almost pleading with me to stop
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Sherry Hewins says
I know how that drive can be...even without flat tires its awfule:)
safiq ali patel says
I was in Germany and that was one place I was terrified to drive lol. We did a trip up to Europa Park and did the overnight in the cabin and teepee like camping up there. I refused to drive or get my license because of the autobahn
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Joanna McKenna says
I will look at it:) Thanks for sharing
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Abigayle Malchow says
You are brave!!! I did a trip with my kids and all under five, to Crescent City Calfornia up on the orgeon border...worst trip of my life lol
J. Biaza says
That is definatley a beautiful drive; when I did it we went up to the hotel that is on that hill near my sister's old house; the one used in the movie the Shining. That was great. Plus I loved the town of Fort Collins.