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Old 09-08-2005, 06:23 PM
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Guys please watch it

Hey guys watch your speed and pay attention to what your doing on any road..
Especially on highway 82 between locust and tahlequah...its a death highway...
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Old 09-08-2005, 09:36 PM
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Heya A_G, I saw yer post in the gen conversation forum. Sorry to hear about yer friends death. It is sad and most likely avoidable. I hope some good comes out of it all.
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Old 09-09-2005, 07:20 AM
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Ya but that highway is pretty dangerous. Tahlequah is a college town. so It gets pretty trecherous during the school year. You know how us kids drive. I get my permit in 9 days so watch out...im on the road
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I travel that road occationally in a semi. There is only a couple places that you can pass safely. When I exit off 412 onto 82 so. I just try to realize it is going to take a while to get on down to Tahliqua. I usually just go with the flow and enjoy the scenery. Sorry about the loss of your friend.
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you know how you cross those two bridges...the last one has a store about couple hundred feet from it..but theres a huge hile right after that..he tried to pass on that hill. dumb mistake on his part.
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Sorry to hear about your friend.

I've driven that road at least a million times (family lives in that area). That specific part of the highway was A LOT worse before they put in those two new bridges & straightened the road in that area. Definitely agree with going with the flow & enjoying the scenery.
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