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Old 04-11-2008, 06:23 PM   #1
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"trash the dress" location help...

i am looking for a looong streatch of road with little to no traffic on a fridays mid-morning to afternoon to take pictures on. any ideas? i wanna stay "somewhat" close to 77065 (NW houston)

YES i understand i must travel BUT i want the closest location POSSIBLE to here. let me know what you know please...


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Old 04-11-2008, 06:31 PM   #2
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DOES it have to be anything fancy or just an old asphalt road? There are plenty of roads out 290 just past Mason with little to know traffic.
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Old 04-12-2008, 03:38 AM   #4
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^ i was thinkin 529 to 362 back to 529, is that the same area?


just lookin for an oldish country road...
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Yeah, if you want "straight" country road, then 362 has one of the longest straights around this area (between 290 and 529). Also, Danny is correct as far as there being a ton of other roads in the area that would likely fit the bill. Do a search on google maps for your house and then scroll up towards 290/362 and look at all the diff roads around that area. If you want trees around it as well, check out 2979 or 1736 off of 1488. Go north on 362 until you get to 1488. If you want 1736, take a left on 1488 and then an immediate right on to 1736. If you want 2979, take a right on 1488, then take a left back on to 362. Go down a little and take a left on to 2979.

IMO both of these would work great since they won't have as much traffic on them. There are parts of each with long straights and parts with twisties.
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Yeah, if you want "straight" country road, then 362 has one of the longest straights around this area (between 290 and 529). Also, Danny is correct as far as there being a ton of other roads in the area that would likely fit the bill. Do a search on google maps for your house and then scroll up towards 290/362 and look at all the diff roads around that area. If you want trees around it as well, check out 2979 or 1736 off of 1488. Go north on 362 until you get to 1488. If you want 1736, take a left on 1488 and then an immediate right on to 1736. If you want 2979, take a right on 1488, then take a left back on to 362. Go down a little and take a left on to 2979.

IMO both of these would work great since they won't have as much traffic on them. There are parts of each with long straights and parts with twisties.


GREAT! you helped me out a great deal thank you!
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