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RJ Howell

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As we turned the corner and headed back north, homeward, we used the MABDR as the route guide. I knew there would be sections I would pass on, as we are traveling solo, yet so much of it was very doable. This is only the 1st portion I've posted and it starts about 4 minted in. I found the most to be pavement and sections I routed around I found to be very interesting as well.

This is a run you should add to your list!

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I've been wanting to try this, but seems like mostly established campgrounds on this route? Any thoughts?
 

RJ Howell

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Established, as in NF's... Yes. There is dispersed if you look a bit. I love the National Forest CG's, clean , quiet and sometimes flush toilets! I do go for ones a little more off the beaten path though.

Safe Travels!
 

RJ Howell

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Continuing north through the Mid-Atlantic! We jumped on and off the MABDR depending on what we saw of road/trail condition. I picked up a 'click' in the steering which turned out to be the steering shaft (easy replacement) so I was being extra cautious.

We found what I call a small Canyon on this portion and ended up driving yet another very curvy road. This one is actually named the Curvy Road. It lives up to it's name!

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