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Old 09-05-2016, 12:08 PM   #1
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Have 3 weeks to mosey to my wife's 50'th reunion. Stopping in SD for licenses. Been cross country twice and looking for exciting new places. Ideas?

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In looking at options it looks like I80 all the way across but that is using Toll roads. I traveled round trip to Indiana using I80 so my experience was less than half way but the roads were not that bad. I live 20 minutes from Cape May so if you need more info feel free to PM me.
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1. Wyoming Territorial Prison - Laramie
2. Take Rt. 20 across Nebraska instead of I80 and stop in some small towns
3. American Pickers store in Le Claire, IA (right off 80)
4. John Deere factory tours in Moline
5. Starved Rock State Park in La Salle, IL
6. RV Museum in Elkhart, IN
7. Football Hall of Fame in Canton, OH
8. The Creamery at Penn State (BEST ice cream anywhere!)
9. Boal Mansion and Museum in Boalsburg, PA (stuff from Christopher Columbus to the Civil War) and PA Military Museum is right across the road
10. Whitesbog Village in NJ - tour during cranberry harvest

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RVThere: thank you very much!!!
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Old 09-06-2016, 08:46 PM   #6
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If you want scenic...US 50 virtually all the way except for a short trip North to SD for your business there. One of the few roads that still run virtually coast to coast (Also US 2).
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Assuming Reno, NV. Go South US 395 to Carson City. Nevada State Museum, Railroad Museum, US 50 through Fallon to Ely. Lots of desert, old mining town, etc. Stay overnight in Ely, restaurant in the old jail had very good food. Drive North on US 93 to Wells, NV, East on I-80. At Wendover is the Bonneville Salt Flats. 100 miles farther is Salt Lake City. Mormon Temple Tour is interesting. Out of SLC is a long climb to Evanston. Nice town with some history. A little farther is Fort Bridger State Park. Nice little RV park a block away, it's about 7 miles off the interstate. Good for 2 or 3 hours. Laramie has already been mentioned, take a guided tour of Cheyenne, 1/2 day is a lot of fun. Stop in Sydney Nebraska. Home of Cabalas, they have an RV park at the store. And the old Ft Sidney down by the railroad tracks. You might want too drive US 30, it parallels the Interstate and there are some neat little burgs along the way.

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