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From: "Margie Campbell" <>
Subject: RE: I-5 and the old 99
Date: Mon, 24 Jun 2002 15:43:31 -0700
In-Reply-To: <01fd01c21ba4$07ec0510$d53a19d0@server>


My brother lives in Dunsmuir... loves it there... we have never stopped
there on our jaunts to Oregon & Washington though.
Marge

-----Original Message-----
From: roland elliott [mailto:]
Sent: Monday, June 24, 2002 10:25 AM
To:
Subject: Re: I-5 and the old 99


You forgot Lovely Down town Dunsmuir?
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From: <>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, June 24, 2002 10:06
Subject: Re: I-5 and the old 99


> You are a relative newcomer if there were four lanes on 99 when you were
> young. When we used to have but two lanes, it sometimes took us a day and
a
> half to drive from Alturas, Modoc County to San Francisco. No, not all of
the
> fault was because 99 was only two lanes: old highway 299 used to be
pretty
> rough traveling through Canby, Adin, Bieber, Nu-Bieber, McArthur, Fall
River
> Falls and Burney Falls, Round Mountain, then Redding. Some of those towns
> have dropped the "Falls" from their names, but that was what they were
called
> in the 1930s. Roland is quite correct about the Orange Juice Stands, they
> existed from about Orland until Vallejo. Travel was quite an adventure in
an
> automobile then.
>
> Ron Morgan
>
>
>
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