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Old 04-15-2013, 08:55 PM   #15
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Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida...what part of the Pacific Northwest and/or New England are those States in?
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Old 04-17-2013, 06:44 AM   #16
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Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida...what part of the Pacific Northwest and/or New England are those States in?
The south part.
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In the North East, avoid I-95. Do not attempt to travel in New York or Boston or in New Jersey or around Washington DC towing a 5'er. Do your research about campgrounds because a few can be very disappointing. Upstate New York and all of Vermont are beautiful anytime of year. Lancaster County in PA is very unique and there are a lot of things to do in PA that may not be available out west. If you want to see New York city then look for the KOA in Newburg NY or do like I will be doing this summer and stay at the Malhon Dickerson Preserve in Morris County New Jersey. From there I take my toad to a train station at take the train in. Mass transit is only 6 bucks a ride but parking the toad in NYC is $40. and the tolls over the GW Bridge are $8.
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in the Florida keys, (the southernmost part of the northeast), the signs for 35 miles per hour at night is strictly enforced.

loved the pic that RVThere posted. you know it still get hit.
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Old 04-17-2013, 12:15 PM   #19
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roads to avoid

I recently went up I 55 in Arkansas, to Missouri, to Wisconsin. That I 55 in Arkansas was TERRIBLE.. Truck and trailer bounced for miles, even at the minimum speed of 45. Arkansas should be ashamed.
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Is that sign in Durham, NC?!
Is it the 11'8" bridge?
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