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6/07/2016 5:38 AM  #1

going through Denver

Just wondering any good ways through Denver, were coming down from Wis.


6/07/2016 2:50 PM  #2

Re: going through Denver

If you're coming from WI and traveling across Nebraska you'll be arriving Denver on I-76 which will connect with I-70 on the west side of town which is the easiest way for you. At that point you can either take I-70 to Grand Junction then left to Montrose.

A more scenic route would be to take C-470 East to Hwy 285 south. We'll be starting on Hwy285 about 26 miles south of the 285/C-470 intersection.

My wife and I go to Oshkosh every year. We drove the first 10 years and have flown the last 16. Where in WI are you?


Gary Zilik - Pine Junction, Colorado - 67 Coupe, 289-4V, T5

6/08/2016 5:17 AM  #3

Re: going through Denver

Just north of Milwaukee, Mequon

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