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    #1

    head up to-heading up to-headed up to

    "I'm leaving in a couple hours to head up to Pismo."
    And I've also heard people use it as in "I'll be heading up to the store."

    I wonder if it can be used like "I'll be headed up to......." meaning to be headed for?

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    Re: head up to-heading up to-headed up to

    Yes it can.

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