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Old 02-17-2015, 05:51 PM   #15
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Follow I-81 all the way to the end. Any place along the St. Laurence river will be nice.
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Old 02-17-2015, 06:28 PM   #16
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North Carolina. Smoky Mountain Area.
I would ditto that. Get up around 3000+ feet and summer highs struggle to get to 80. Nice! Around Boone is nice.
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Old 02-17-2015, 06:57 PM   #17
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So you have a Winnie with wheels, why don't you visit each of the 15 recommendations and see which ones you really like? Sounds like great fun to me!
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Where do you go to escape the Summer heat?

Wherever the temps are right, and no mosquitos, biting flys, stink bugs, etc. We go back to PA for a couple months for family time. Can be hot. No bugs in Lancaster County. Must leave before the stinkers hole up.
The shores of the Maritimes, Maine, etc are nice. New Brunswick (bring $$).
And almost never the same place twice. Part of adventuring!
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Old 02-17-2015, 07:20 PM   #19
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Pacific Northwest, especially the Oregon coast. We're not from Texas, but we are from the Mojave desert in Southern California where summer temps can average 105 or more. However, winter on the desert is the best in the US. Currently with all the cold and snow going on in most of the US, we are enjoying 70 to 75 degree weather with blue skies and no wind. Perfect!

However, the summer heat is something else! We typically pack up around mid May (when temps are getting close to the 90s) and head up to Newport Oregon and spend the summer there until the desert temps start to fall back to less than 90. Newport's average summer temps rarely exceed 70 daytime and 50 night time. Best of both worlds.

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San Juan Islands, Washington. Spent last summer at National Historical Park and temp rarely got to 80s. Little humidity. Only 4 days of rain and 80% sunny days. No bugs. What more can I say!
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Old 02-17-2015, 09:18 PM   #22
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Your USdollar is so strong you should be coming to Canada! British Columbia is a great province especially in the summer time. Vancouver should be on the top of everybody's destination and while your there you can take in an Alaskan cruise.

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Old 02-17-2015, 09:32 PM   #23
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Come on up to Pagosa Springs, Colorado, where all the OTHER Texans hang out.

Or, if you're interested in a HIGHER elevation, try Creede, Colorado, and the Mountain Views RV Park, inhabited by almost ALL Texans.

Having been born in Texas, I understand the mass migration outta there in the summer....
I will second those (Pagosa Springs, CO or Mountain Views RV Park at Creede, CO, etc.) ...plus it's not far from Houston either.

Also Ouray or Silverton if you really want to be cool!
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Come on up to Pagosa Springs, Colorado, where all the OTHER Texans hang out.

Or, if you're interested in a HIGHER elevation, try Creede, Colorado, and the Mountain Views RV Park, inhabited by almost ALL Texans.

Having been born in Texas, I understand the mass migration outta there in the summer....
I agree with pagosajoe, and would also add Tiger Run RV Resort in Breckenridge, CO. as a nice cool Summer destination. We went to Petosky Michigan last Summer and really liked it, We'll be back there next year!!
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Sounds like a great idea
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How about Minnesota?
We see quite a few MH from Tx in the Summer up here.
Check it out, Great Fishing too.
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