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Now, if the OP is dead set on touring closer to the coast, then heat, humidity, heat, more humidity, traffic, etc. will have to be dealt with.
I offered an alternative that includes a national park, virtually no traffic and for sure no truck traffic, what traffic there is is held to 35 mph, numerous small mountain towns and much cooler temperatures than the coast.
While I'm on the subject can anyone explain why touring bikes allies bar-end shifters.
Pat you said it would be wise to stay clear of the big cities. This makes sense, though I haven't been in this area and would really like to see the sights. What are the best ways to try and approach the cities? Also are there certain cities you personally think are worth taking to time to go to more than others?