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:Feel free to upgrade the description from my hyper-conservative viewpoint. If you can add appropriate language to give people the ability to choose the route based on their tastes, so much the better. -- [[User:Cjensen|Colin]] 22:51, 29 May 2006 (EDT)
 
:Feel free to upgrade the description from my hyper-conservative viewpoint. If you can add appropriate language to give people the ability to choose the route based on their tastes, so much the better. -- [[User:Cjensen|Colin]] 22:51, 29 May 2006 (EDT)
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: I commuted over 17 every day for a summer when I was at USCS with a summer gig in San Jose (writing for the Metro). I had no trouble at all until my very last day of work when a semi went all sideways and rolled over a couple of cars behind me-- I drove back that the long way that evening. That said, I think the warning could be toned down a wee bit. Maybe mention that it is not for the faint of heart, 'specially in bad weather... but n-thousands of folks do manage it on a daily basis... [[User:Maj|Majnoona]] 23:53, 29 May 2006 (EDT)

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Is there another Monterey that we need to disambiguate from? Monterrey in Mexico has 2 r's, if I'm not mistaken. --Evan 14:36, 10 Jan 2006 (EST)

What's wrong with Highway 17? I'd avoid it during rush hour, but at other times it's a fun rally-car style experience. I drove it every day to high school.

Feel free to upgrade the description from my hyper-conservative viewpoint. If you can add appropriate language to give people the ability to choose the route based on their tastes, so much the better. -- Colin 22:51, 29 May 2006 (EDT)
I commuted over 17 every day for a summer when I was at USCS with a summer gig in San Jose (writing for the Metro). I had no trouble at all until my very last day of work when a semi went all sideways and rolled over a couple of cars behind me-- I drove back that the long way that evening. That said, I think the warning could be toned down a wee bit. Maybe mention that it is not for the faint of heart, 'specially in bad weather... but n-thousands of folks do manage it on a daily basis... Majnoona 23:53, 29 May 2006 (EDT)

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