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What are your favorite type of roads to drive?

Favorite Roads  

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  1. 1. What's your favorite type of roads to drive?

    • Straight (drag strip)
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    • Heavy curves and bends but no scenery
    • Slight curves and bends but scenery
    • Just give me a track!
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We all love a good drive so tell us your favorite type of roads!



I love some slight bends and some scenery.


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straights and some curves are good. well, anything with no potholes.


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I'm with ghost, no potholes.

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why is "no potholes" an option up there?


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The more curves the better! B)


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why is "no potholes" an option up there?

Uhhh.... Because...

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In a fast car or competing with a buddy - Long straights with no one around, especially cops. No stop signs or lights

On my bike - a nice variety of curves and straights with few stops

Cruiser - scenery and slow

Also a big fan of tunnels

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Depends on what mode of transportation.... I love red light digs but after 60 I'd rather be hugging the corners


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Uhhh.... Because...

:mellow::driving:

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That looks like a great rode!


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That looks like a great rode!

:agreed:

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Curves and scenery...

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We've been in the area a few times and rented mountain homes around Pigeon Forge, a must for sports car fans/speed freaks...

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The wife and I drove all day today in West Virginia. Driving most any road in West Virginia in the fall is one of my favorites! :cheers:

Here's a picture from today...

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Ok - this looks like I should know where this is - Grand Bend area? Where were you? Fayettevillle County? New River Gorge area? Hawk's Nest?

Curves and scenery...

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We've been in the area a few times and rented mountain homes around Pigeon Forge, a must for sports car fans/speed freaks...

Agreed - Smoky Mountain National Park is awesome - so is the Blue Ridge Parkway and darn near anywhere in Appalachia or New England in the fall. Northern Lower Michigan or the Upper Peninsula is great fall driving too.

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Ok - this looks like I should know where this is - Grand Bend area? Where were you? Fayettevillle County? New River Gorge area? Hawk's Nest?

I took the picture from an overpass on Corridor H (RT.55) in Hardy County. You are looking down and north at Scaggs Run and running parallel to it is Upper Skaggs Run Rd.

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So you were in the NE side of the state - between Moorefield and Baker. I have not spent a lot of time in that neck of the woods.


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So you were in the NE side of the state - between Moorefield and Baker. I have not spent a lot of time in that neck of the woods.

You are right on, Frosty! :clapping:

It looks like we spend time on opposite sides of WV... perhaps we'll meet in the middle one day. :driving:

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Great shot....Where's you fall color shots of the GTO?


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Great shot....Where's you fall color shots of the GTO?

I had planned to, but ran out of time this past weekend. However, if things work out for me this coming weekend, I plan to take many pictures. The leaves will be a little past (last week was the peak around here), but still ok.

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Had a blast shootin my color shots with both cars. Attracted much attention and even had people getting out of their cars taking shots over my shoulder with their cell phones. Look forward to seeing some new shots of your black beauty. :pontiac:


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You are right on, Frosty! :clapping:

It looks like we spend time on opposite sides of WV... perhaps we'll meet in the middle one day. :driving:

Perhaps we should plan to meet on Bridge Day, drink beer, and watch all the crazies!!!! :nuts:

In some seriousness, I'd think you'd like the Rod Run and Doo Wop in Charleston. They have a poker run that runs up Route 60 and ends at the New River Gorge Bridge.

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