[SATLUG] computer show and highway closure
cherylholmes72 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 28 05:57:06 CDT 2009
And I meant 1604 West NOT East..sorry...
I thought there was an access rd since I have been on what I thought was an
access rd when leaving HEB on Kitty Hawk getting up to 1604...both sides of
1604...other side by the lumber yard too. Are those just very long double
laned entrance/exit ramps or fronyage roads? I remeber getting off on Pat
Bppler on the East bound side which may have not been marked and staying on
the frontage road past it to go to the bank, then following the same road
and turning left onto Kitty Hawk. Sorry if I am wrong...
I don't think there are any fontage roads from Kitty Hawk down to FM 78 on
At any rate the highway closure is going to make it a mess coming into SA
and trying to get around from the NE side. It's brutal over here in
Can also go 3009 to 2215 ( Ithink it is or is it 2232) through GardenRdige
to 1604. c
On Thu, Aug 27, 2009 at 11:55 PM, Bruce Dubbs <bruce.dubbs at gmail.com> wrote:
> Cheryl Holmes wrote:
>> Just a note to let you know IH 35 South from Schertz through Selma (the
>> Forum) area is closing at 5:30 pm on Friday.
>> If you are going to the show from the far NE side, Schertz/Cibolo area,
>> will need to use an alternate route to get there...like perhaps Hwy. 78 to
>> FM 1604 East. I believe you would take the Pat Booker Rd. exit from 1604
>> get to the Civic Center, buit you can also exit 1 exit before that one
>> is Kitty Hawk. Stay on the access rd. to the center..c
> There is no access road going NW on 1604 between Kitty Hawk and Pat
> Booker. You have to stay on 1604 until Pat Booker. There is an unmarked
> turnoff just before Pat Booker on Palisades Dr about a quarter mile before
> Pat Booker. That has an access road to PB.
> The Live Oak Civic Center fronts on Pat Booker just south of 1604.
> -- Bruce
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