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Old 01-20-2015, 11:31 AM   #15
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Everyone makes great points.
I agree with Russtj60 though. If you decide to skip Maine and head for Niagra instead when heading home go back via 81 South. A much prettier and easier and less expensive ride then 95, plus if you have some time the Blue Ridge is a beautiful ride (in a car).
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I would love to have more time. But I run a business and have two kids. So getting 3 weeks isn't easy. That's why I only want to hit the hot spots. We have done Savanah and made the mistake of taking the coach on the blue ridge it was beautiful but not built for coaches.

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I would love to have more time. But I run a business and have two kids. So getting 3 weeks isn't easy. That's why I only want to hit the hot spots. We have done Savanah and made the mistake of taking the coach on the blue ridge it was beautiful but not built for coaches.

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Y'welcome, Shugah! If you think you can do this, do it.

Full disclosure: It is way easier for us nearly-60's to do this RV stuff the Slow Way rather than the Speedy Gonzales version!
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