Officer won't let me take HWY 58


After traveling over 8,500 miles, and no troubles, one state trooper has done so. The following day, after arriving to Dairy Queen in Pleasant Hill, a visit from a state trooper (unknown name at this time), is not allowing him and his horses to traverse the highway to get to the other side of the Cascades. Today (November 4), he has been told that if he does so, he will be charged with disorderly conduct for blocking traffic. If he does have his wagons trailered, he was told they would have to be on a lowboy. Now, to make things worse, Lee is currently making the decision to travel back to Portland to head East, to cross the Cascades, a much longer ride, as he and his 4-up only travel at 3mph, so you can truly see this is really not conducive to him. If you know of a way to help, please do. He has a website, and from there, you can link to his personal and fan pages on Facebook. He does not type well, so it is usually best to phone him direct.

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The comment has been submitted for review. Thank you . says ... on Friday, Nov 5 at 6:37 PM

Okay, as of this evening, he was talking with his possible ride. He may be out tomorrow (Saturday), but not 100% certain.

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