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Old 02-26-2008, 10:13 AM   #1
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Anyone near Columbia know of any good winding/twisting roads not too far away? I was thinking there might be some out towards swansea or gilbert, but i don't want to get too close to the towns because they are speed traps. Any ideas?
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None that I know of. As far as I know, you have to head up towards Charlotte for decent driving.
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well that sux, i may head out towards greenville they have some mountains out there
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Yah I spent all summer in Charleston SC and I have to say going over bridges was just about the only elevation change I ever had. I could not find any roads that were curvey either. It is a realy bummer considering that is were I plan on moving in a couple years.
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None that I know of. As far as I know, you have to head up towards Charlotte for decent driving.
where? i've been in charlotte for over a year and the most exciting thing i found so far are 25MPH exit ramps
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whaaamx5 are there any near cherokee? bunch of steep mountains there
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Yah I spent all summer in Charleston SC and I have to say going over bridges was just about the only elevation change I ever had. I could not find any roads that were curvey either. It is a realy bummer considering that is were I plan on moving in a couple years.
They don't call this the "Lowcountry" for no reason. I think I-26 has it's good share of curves. *insert sarcasm ANYWHERE in that sentence*

There's some nice stretches around Cherokee.
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