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Old 08-03-2007, 07:21 AM   #1
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After Jan 1, we hit the road; we are living in our RIGG for past year, now we are ready to move-on.
Reno NV in Jan, [winter], where should we head for, will the early snow-birds be already in place? Will we be looking for the hind tiet?
Our distention for April-May time is Louisiana.
Your words of advice?

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After Jan 1, we hit the road; we are living in our RIGG for past year, now we are ready to move-on.
Reno NV in Jan, [winter], where should we head for, will the early snow-birds be already in place? Will we be looking for the hind tiet?
Our distention for April-May time is Louisiana.
Your words of advice?

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Old 08-03-2007, 08:39 AM   #3
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For peace and quiet, with nice weather until late april go to Big Bend National Park in Texas. It is on the way to Louisiana - 100 miles south off I10 at the Fort Stockton exit.

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Congrats on gong full time (moving full time). There are so many places it is hard to say what to do first. My suggestions is for you to consider following your heart for the first year. Look at a map, of the USA. There must be a top 5 list of places you want to see. The only other thing I'd suggest is to stay away from bad weather areas. Many parts of the country have seasonal bad weather:
1. Hurricanes
2. Toronados
3. Snow
4. Dust storms
5. etc.
Visit each area when their time for bad weather is over.

For November through March of each year, make sure you have reservations as far in advance a possible. Many snow birds make reservations a year or more in advance. To give you an example, over 11 milllion RVs travel to Florida every fall and stay the Winter.
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