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Old 08-21-2013, 04:47 PM   #1
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1-80 recommendations

Traveling from Cheyenne west along 1-80 to bear lake on Utah border .
Any recommendations for CG , overnight stops would be appreciated .
40ft a class with dog !
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Old 08-21-2013, 05:02 PM   #2
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It is 442 miles, a one day trip, where do you want to stop 1/2way 1/4,3/4? S&T list 18 campgrounds along the route within 5 miles.
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That's too big a day for me , usually look at 250 miles , just looking at Rv park reviews and most seem to get bad reviews !
So thought folk here may have stopped at one or two they like .
Like your photo , my father had MGB s when I was a teenager in UK
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What is S&T ??
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What is S&T ??
I would think that S&T is Microsoft Streets & Trips, a mapping program for pc computers.
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S&T= Microsoft Streets & Trips. Great planning software.

Thanks for the complement, Have had MGs since 1967.
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S&T shows 3 in the Rawlins area.

I have stayed here http://www.westernhillscampground.com/ but it has been a while!
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Yes , park reviews brings up a few but none with a half decent review.
Is that an MGC GT
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Yes , park reviews brings up a few but none with a half decent review.
Is that an MGC GT
No, A 1974 MGB-GT a 4 cyl the C was a inline 6
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