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Old 02-18-2015, 04:31 PM   #29
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For peace and quiet, big sky, green mountains, cool temps, lots of rivers and lakes, great food, and amazing beer it's tough to beat Northern Vermont in the summer.

We spent part of last summer up there and loved it - but heading to the Pacific NW this summer for many of those same things.

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Old 02-18-2015, 05:27 PM   #31
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Old 02-18-2015, 07:38 PM   #32
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Dave, we are fulltimers but before retiring lived and worked in Houston. The closest place from Texas for cooler temps is Cloudcroft, New Mexico. But you can travel just a bit more north to Woodlands Park, Colorado. Lots to due in the area and you will not have to use your AC. We stay a Diamond Campground. But you asked for the favorite and that would be LaScie, Newfoundland Island Cove Campground.

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Desert season in the winter in the southwest. Summers take to the mountains of the west or up the west coast.
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Old 02-19-2015, 03:48 AM   #34
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Come on up here to Western New York. It has never hit 100 degrees here and even days into the 90's are relatively rare. You can be right near either Lake Erie or Lake Ontario or the Finger Lakes for even more moderate temps.
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Maine - The way life should be - except in the winter!!

X2. We summah in Naples, ME. Bout 3 miles from the 302 causeway. Yessah!
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Eventhough it's still cold in most places, where's the best/favorite places to go to escape the heat and humidity of the the south during the summer? Just wanting to make plans now to get out of Houston's hot and sticky weather.

Thanks in advance for your responses.

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Morro Bay never sees 70 during June and July and just 15 miles away it will be in the 90's
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We live in the Houston area and go to Ruidoso ever summer.Not a bad drive from Houston and most of the parks are full of Texans.We stay at Circle B,one of the best parks there.

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