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Old 03-15-2014, 08:11 PM   #15
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1) Black Hills
2) Glacier
3) Chief Joseph/Beartooth Highway (not in/with an RV)
4) Yellowstone
5) Rocky Mountain NP area (Western slope)
6) Maine coast and north woods
7) Blue Ridge Parkway
8) Gulf of Mexico coast (Florida to Gulf Port Ms)
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Old 03-15-2014, 08:24 PM   #16
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I have to agree with all the national park lists, but we do some other stuff as well.

Our bucket list is to do all the presidential libraries/museums. We have about half of them under our belt. So far I think my favorite is the Truman Library. Of course the George Bush Library is right on the Texas A&M campus, and I have visited it many times. It is probably my second favorite.
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All those places in the Rockies listed above, and Banff!
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Old 03-16-2014, 06:03 AM   #18
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The only way to see the Grand Canyon is rim to rim across the bottom. Did that at age 13. Don't think at 62 I have the capacity to do it again. May try down and back in a month from the South Rim. North Rim is truly beautiful.
X 2. I'm 65. Just walked to bottom from south rim stay all night at bottom walked back out next day. Did this 2-1-14. Agree this is the way to see the canyon. The lower 5 mile of the Bright Angel Trail is as pretty as anywhere in the USA IMO.

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Moab, Arches
Bar Harbor- must do the buckboard ride through Acadia NP
Grand Canyon
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Yellowstone
Badlands
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Yes, I like the national & state parks and have been to many of them in US & Canada. Not parks but destinations that are great in my opinion are Wash DC where most museums and monuments are free and New York City where most everything is not free. But both good destinations for "seeing things".
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Old 03-16-2014, 01:32 PM   #21
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Having lived in quite a few areas of the US thanks to the USAF have visited most of the NPs and have never been to one that was not worth the trip to get there. I would add two to those already listed - Chaco Canyon and Great Basin. Both are not as popular as the big names and a little off the beaten path but worth a visit.
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All the above plus Key West.
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Just want to say THANKS! for the thread. I'm creating my "must see" list.
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We tend to find ourselves exploring regions, and not just sites:

1. Appalachia
2. Boston Area
3. Maine Coastline
4. Northern California
5. Northern Idaho/Western Montana
6. Northwest Washington State
7. Oregon Coast
8. Quebec City
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Jackson hole wy is pretty cool
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Another way to see the WHOLE canyon is to take a raft trip. It was a top experience for us.

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