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Old 06-29-2006, 11:34 AM   #1
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We live in phoenix az and are going to wisconsin and would like to know if someone has directions as we want to avoid mountains and have heard snowbirds should know,if anyone can help us with this it would be greatly appreciated,thank you,
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We live in phoenix az and are going to wisconsin and would like to know if someone has directions as we want to avoid mountains and have heard snowbirds should know,if anyone can help us with this it would be greatly appreciated,thank you,
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Old 06-29-2006, 04:07 PM   #3
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The only way I can figure to keep you out of the mountains is to stay south I-10 to I-20 to Dallas then I-35 up through N. TX, OK, KS, IA, MN, into WI. At Albert Lea MN you can take I-90 into WI. You will encounter some hills, but nothing big and no mountains.

Just food for thought.
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Old 07-01-2006, 09:17 AM   #4
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we Take I-10 to Las Cruces. US 70 to Alamagordo. US 54 to Wichita. I-35 To I-90 at Albert Lea, Mn. I-90 into WS. Only real grade is downgrade out of Las Cruces on US 70. Have taken this route many times from IA to AZ in winter w/ 34' MH towing Grand Cherokee with no problem, save for the occasional weather delay, which you shouldn't have this time of year.
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What part of WI are you going too?
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