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If you're coming up as far as Gilroy on 101 why not continue up the east bay and take 580-505?

On Mon, Mar 21, 2011 at 11:59 AM, Shwaine <shwaine@shwaine.com> wrote:
Here's a little tip for future reference when the Grapevine closes (it's
reopened now according to the CHP although traffic will probably be crazy
for a while):

Being from the area just north of the Grapevine and unfortunately familiar
with how to bypass it, your only option other than sitting around waiting
for it to reopen when 58 is also closed due to snow is to head up the 101
along the coast. It'll still get you to Davis, just a longer drive (Google
estimates 510 miles for the coastal route from LA to Davis vs 400 miles
for the Grapevine/I-5 route).

You can cut back over to I-5 at 46 (Paso Robles) or 152 (Gilroy) to avoid
the Bay Area toll bridges. I personally prefer 152 when driving from here
to the Bay Area as 46 is only a two-lane highway most of the way (one lane
each way) which turns it into a white knuckle drive of dodging crazy
people who are passing unsafely just to get from the valley to the coast
(or vis versa) 10 minutes quicker.

On Mon, 21 Mar 2011, Bill Kendrick wrote:

>
>
> Stuck n of la.  fyi it's my understanding that they're driving
> (else grapevine closure wouldn't apply to them :) )
>
> Not sure if they made it further than me.
>
> -b!
>
> On Sun, Mar 20, 2011 at 11:42:34AM -0700, giovanni_re wrote:
>> I was curious if JW was gonna fly himself up, & if I could get an air
>> lift from him from Berkeley up to LUGOD.  (Perhaps you saw my post to
>> the lugod list on that.)
>
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