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Directions to D.L.

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Just wondering what is the quickest way up to DL from Maple Grove? Thank you.

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94 to 59 in Fergus falls stay on 59 till DL.

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HWY59 North is a few miles west of fergus falls. Don't get off the highway in Fegus Falls go a little past you will see the exit. Or Take Hwy 10 from ST SCloud. A little Longer but senic.

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hwy 10 isn't that much longer than taking 94; it all depends on where around DL you're heading to. p.s. hwy 59 from fergus north stinks, especially if you get behind a slow driver, which just about happens everytime I take it.

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Sorry, I'll speed up next time.

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I second 10 is much more scenic, a little slower. 94 to Fargo is a wasteland.

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I'm talking the blue hairs going 35-40 mph all the way to pelican.

I'm not one of those nodakers running 70 mph plus going north on 59, pretending I'm still on the interstate wink.giftongue.gif

I keep it just under 60, due to all the patrols out on 59 wink.gif

also, if you go on hwy 10, make sure you slow down to 40 in aldrich. the cop sitting at the Shell WILL pull you over and ticket you. just like the lady in Glyndon tongue.gif

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just like the lady in Glyndon
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No need to worry Deadhead, I think she just joined the Clay County Sheriff's Dept. You wont be safe anywhere in the county.... grin.gifgrin.gif

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just like the lady in Glyndon

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No need to worry Hitman, I think she just joined the Clay County Sheriff's Dept. You wont be safe anywhere in the county....

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I am sure she cant be any worse than the gal that used to be a statey down by Morris MN. I think she spent so much time writing tickets on HWy 59 I think the mail man used to deliver her mail to mile marker 64.

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I am sure she cant be any worse than the gal that used to be a statey down by Morris MN. I think she spent so much time writing tickets on HWy 59 I think the mail man used to deliver her mail to mile marker 64.


Now that is funny. grin.gif

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The gal from Glyndon did join the Clay County Sheriffs Dept. But a word of caution...the guy that they got to replace her really isn't any better. On his first day on the job I drove through town 3 times and noticed that he had someone pulled over all 3 times.....but hey, they're just doing they're job. If you don't want the ticket, you should drive the posted speed limit.

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