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Old 02-15-2008, 01:54 PM   #1
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Hi All: We RV for National Parks experiences. The Passport Book is great for planning trips. We have been on road FT since June 05. Traveled SE NP on way to FL. Stayed in Key Largo for summer of 06 (6 months) and visited several NP to include scuba diving Biscayne and NMS reefs. Spent winter of 06/07 in AZ backcountry hiking the Superstition Wilderness (Tonto NF) and traveled southern AZ visiting NP. Summer of 07 traveled Midwest NP on way back to AZ for another winter of sunshine. We plan on following the Lewis & Clark NT for summer of 08 winding up in FL (Naples) for winter 08/09 and some scuba diving there. All in all - YA GOTTA GO TO Apache Junction, AZ - stay at the Meridian RV Resort and hike your butts off in the Superstition Wilderness. It's great fun and lots of sunshine! Bye all!
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Hi All: We RV for National Parks experiences. The Passport Book is great for planning trips. We have been on road FT since June 05. Traveled SE NP on way to FL. Stayed in Key Largo for summer of 06 (6 months) and visited several NP to include scuba diving Biscayne and NMS reefs. Spent winter of 06/07 in AZ backcountry hiking the Superstition Wilderness (Tonto NF) and traveled southern AZ visiting NP. Summer of 07 traveled Midwest NP on way back to AZ for another winter of sunshine. We plan on following the Lewis & Clark NT for summer of 08 winding up in FL (Naples) for winter 08/09 and some scuba diving there. All in all - YA GOTTA GO TO Apache Junction, AZ - stay at the Meridian RV Resort and hike your butts off in the Superstition Wilderness. It's great fun and lots of sunshine! Bye all!
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Isn't fulltiming great. Traveling around the country and still being at home.

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Spooky, it sounds like you're having a blast!!

We just left Apache Junction and those beautiful Superstitions and it was hard to do. We're now headed towards Baja for a few months of Whale watching before heading back up to Northern AZ and Monument Valley for the blooming season.


That's a shot of the Salt River over in the Tonto Forest!

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