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Old 06-04-2007, 09:39 PM   #1
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Default Drive time Orange County, CA to Seattle

I think I did Seattle to OC in 17 hours but I don't really remember.
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Default Sounds about right. That's approximately 1180 miles to Seattle from Irvine.

You from Seattle or have family there?
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Default That's pretty close. It's about 12-13 hours straight driving from SF.

I always figure from the Bay Area: 5.5-6 hours to get through CA, 3 hours to Portland, 2.5-3 hours to Seattle.

Add in OC to Bay Area. Your halfway point would still be in CA, but if you decided to stop overnight I'd shoot for Ashland, at least.
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Default I have homes in both locations.

but I do have family up there. Thinking about bringing the RS6 back to WA.
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Default 69 mph average non-stop? zOMG

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Old 06-04-2007, 10:16 PM   #6
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Default I remember chasing a Benz at well over 3 digits for part of the drive!

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