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Cheryl Fuller
post Jun 25 2005, 03:46 PM
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My husband and I are planning on taking the first 2 weeks in August for an RV trip. We will be departing from Denver but that is all we have determined thusfar. Our goal is to not travel more than 400 miles per day and to see many sights along the way. We just got back from Mt. Rushmore 2 days ago, so don't want to head that direction again. We also went to Vegas 2 months ago, so that is out. Ideally, we would go somewhere, stay a day or 2 and then move on to the next location. Can anyone offer suggestions on where to go and what to see?


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post Jul 16 2005, 04:02 PM
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My suggestion is that you start by slowing down! Why travel in an RV if you try and race to see how many miles per day you can make? We are fulltime and we have discovered the joy of traveling slowly. Let me suggest that you start by getting off of the interstate highways and use the US routes. Plan to stop in the small towns and spend the night in the many free or nearly free public parks that you will see. We seldom go amy more than 200 miles per day and frequently stop in 150 or less. But we meet many local people and we have found that small town America is the very best part. It is a very rare day that our motorhome is not parked and camp set-up by 4pm, latest. The people that we meet in our travels are the very best part!


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