If highway 385 is not one that you travel often let me give you a heads up about the latest there so you don't make the same mistake I did the other day! There are now officially two overpasses on 385 going into Odessa and even though this is a regular commute route for me, I forgot and missed my turn. 

So the one that came first obviously was highway 385 and 158. If you are heading into Odessa from Andrews, you can turn left on 158 and that will lead you into Gardendale, or right toward Goldsmith. Or you can keep going straight and there is a new overpass on 385 and loop 338.

Well the other day I got confused. Driving along listening to my favorite true crime podcast, apparently it was a good one and I didn't realize I had already passed 1 overpass and was already at the new one (highway 385 & loop 338) the 2nd one, so I passed it too! It wasn't until I was heading into Odessa that I realized what I had done.

I was alone that particular day so I laughed at myself and realized this is something I am now going to have to get used to. There are now 2 overpasses heading into Odessa on 385 and if you're not careful and really paying attention, you too may make the same mistake. lol

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