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Old 01-08-2014, 10:07 AM   #1
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Question Cobb County GA. to Glacier NP then ??

We have made one trip about 10 years ago to the SW and now we want to go north. We are a little hesitant to take off alone since we are both over 70, good health, and the RV, 2004 Journey DP, has a little age. Any comments or input will be appreciated. Also input on points to see will be appreciated.
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We made the trip from Louisville, KY to Glacier NP last summer. What would you like to know? Great trip BTW.

You can read my previous post here:

Louisville KY to Glacier NP
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TOPDOWNMAN-Great previous post it pretty much answered my question on things to see. Hopefully we can make the trip.
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You're welcome! Do it!
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We visited many years ago, and also crossed the border to Waterton. Things certainly must have changed since then, but we really enjoyed the Canadian side of the park, and would definitely do this again if the opportunity comes up.

BTW, everyone probably knows this, but motorhomes are not permitted on the Going-To-The Sun Road over Logan pass; you must buy a ticket to ride a "Jammer Bus".

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We have made one trip about 10 years ago to the SW and now we want to go north. We are a little hesitant to take off alone since we are both over 70, good health, and the RV, 2004 Journey DP, has a little age. Any comments or input will be appreciated. Also input on points to see will be appreciated.
If the coach breaks down you get it fixed wherever you are just like you would do when you're around where you live. And if you can drive your coach around Atlanta / Marietta area then you can drive it anywhere. Go before you can't go.
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70 is NOT old! We're beyond that.
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Go on to Banff and Jasper NP. In Canada and take extra SD cards . Wan't regret it.
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