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Post Info TOPIC: FL to OH on US Highways only?

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FL to OH on US Highways only?

We're leaving Bushnell FL tomorrow (March 24th), and will be driving to Toledo OH. We came down on I65 thru Alabama, but we'd like to avoid interstates on our way home. We're looking at US Hwy 27 which goes over the mountains thru Chattanooga. Does anyone have experience with this route, or anyone have an alternate suggestion? It looks like our challenge will be driving thru Tennessee and Kentucky without getting on an interstate. We'll be driving a 39ft diesel motorhome, towing a small car.



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I think you'll be fine on U.S. 27 or a combination of U.S. 27 and U.S. 127 once you hit Tennessee.  That will keep you out of the mountains and you will avoid major city traffic with just a couple of by-passes around Lexington and Cincinnati.  It won't be fast, but you'll see some beautiful country.  :)

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