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DH29 (Non Feature DH)
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76.0 mi / 122.3 km


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At a Glance
Google has maintained that (unlike Microsoft?) they would “do no evil” and “make the world a better place” while making “all the world’s information universally accessible and useful.” So goo guys, what’s with the 43,756 pages of irrelevant goozak when you just want a little road info? Not to worry, riders. TIRES only comes up with relevant results. And, in this case, you can cast your online vote for CalTrans, which not only keeps the Pavement up to snuff on this romantic coastal route, but also throws in extra Engineering help when necessary. There's lots of archetypal California beach and offshore islet Scenery as you cruise the bluffs and benches just inland from the Pacific. That is, if the cold California Current isn't shrouding everything in a heavy, wet blanket of fog. It can be quite cool here even when it's sunny. And when it actually precipitates, you can freeze and drown if not properly attired. Towns are generally small and don’t sprawl much but the popularity of the Mendocino coast for holiday home development does impact Remoteness, although many places seem rarely used. Twistiness is good with the southern half scanning better than the north. Certainly, this long, Character-filled DH should make your world a better place. But don't take our word for it – given our history of crashing, we could be part of Gates' Evil Empire. So go on and google DH29. That is, as long as you're not behind the Great Firewall of China.
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