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nceca: am i crazy to consider driving to portland from southern

updated sun 18 dec 05


Vince Pitelka on sat 17 dec 05


Shula -
It is unlikely that you will encounter any problems in March. The two most
likely spots for ice or snow would be over the Grapevine just north of you,
and over Ashland Mountain in southern Oregon, but in March it is extremely
unlikely that you would encounter problems in either location. If you were
going in January there might be more of a concern. Now, have I just jinxed
us for a late-season snowstorm in Portland? With that in mind, please take
a big FWD vehicle with snow tires and take along chains and all the other
conceivable fowl-weather gear. That will improve the chances of great
- Vince

Vince Pitelka
Appalachian Center for Craft, Tennessee Technological University
Smithville TN 37166, 615/597-6801 x111,