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???? Mean Green--Tunica

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Super Lurker

11-03-2006 12:52:10

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I just heard about a new Interstate spur running from I-55 to Tunica. Is this true? Is it open, now? Sounds like it would make the trip out of Memphis alot better. Thanks

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11-03-2006 16:32:03

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 Re: ???? Mean Green--Tunica in reply to Super Lurker, 11-03-2006 12:52:10  
It is I-69 and is open. Take I-55 south from Memphis. The I-69 exit will be 8-10 miles (about 2 miles north of Hernando). Can't miss the big Tunica signs....Spotter

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11-04-2006 06:41:51

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 Re: ???? Mean Green--Tunica in reply to Spotter, 11-03-2006 16:32:03  
So now we can miss all them lights and being cut off?That will be nice.We went down 55 years ago because we turned too soon but we did end up there anyway,we seen lots of open farmland and long flat stretches of road.Good thing we was running early and the law wasn't out there checking radar,he he.

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11-04-2006 14:48:50

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 Scale in reply to Jak, 11-04-2006 06:41:51  
Is this cut off north or south of the scales, don"t care about crossing scales unless necessary. Would rather come down the old road with no hassle.

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Hillbilly Hooker

11-04-2006 16:55:41

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 Re: Scale in reply to SPT, 11-04-2006 14:48:50  
Come the old way down 61. Probably not 5 min difference either way. I fully understand the concern of the scales. The only scales that have ever bothered me is Miss. and Mo. Have a safe trip and we will see ya there. H.H.

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11-06-2006 13:30:26

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 Re: Scale in reply to Hillbilly Hooker, 11-04-2006 16:55:41  
Thanks for the info, have allotted plenty of time to get there, so no need to be in a hurry and run into unnecessary problems. Trip down 61 was not at all bad last year and gonna be running with a couple of other pullers and would prefer a nice uneventful trip.
Thanks again,

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Ol gray A

11-04-2006 16:49:24

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 Re: Scale in reply to SPT, 11-04-2006 14:48:50  
South Of the scales.

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