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Old 06-24-2013, 10:03 PM   #1
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First trip TX to ME

We have made a few short trips now we will begin our fulltiming adventure.

Any suggestions on route? We purchased Rand McNalley gps. We are so excited.

Traveling from San Antonio to Maine.

Thank you in advance and look forward to reading any of your suggestions.

We have Coachman Freelander, class c with toad.
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We have made a few short trips now we will begin our fulltiming adventure.

Any suggestions on route? We purchased Rand McNalley gps. We are so excited.

Traveling from San Antonio to Maine.

Thank you in advance and look forward to reading any of your suggestions.

We have Coachman Freelander, class c with toad.
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We'll be doing this in 3 weeks

Dallas to Memphis - Tom Sawyer
Nashville - two rivers
Pidgeon Forge
Asheville - campfire lodge
Virginia Beach
Washington Cherry Hills
New York - liberty harbor
Niagara Falls
Kingston
Montreal
Quebec City
Bar harbor Maine
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Full timing you will have all the time in the world, don't rush it. We are retired and sometimes I think that when we travel we get to places to fast and don't spend enough time seeing all that there is to see. You could spend 30 days in every state and not see all the beauty that is to be seen.

We have stayed at Tom Sawyer in Memphis. It's a good place to stop and see the sights, along with the Elvis Meusum. Another place along the way we stopped was in Crossville, TN, but only for a night. Deer Run was the name of the CG. Next time we will spend some more time there and do some looking around.

There are so many routes that you can take that would be adventuresome. The Upper Peninsular, across the lower part of Canada to Niagara, or up through Canada. Up through the Adirondack Mountains and over to New England.

The Memphis route then up 81 to 78 to Deleware Water Gap and points North.

No matter what route you take you will not be disappointed. You may find a better one next time, or one that is not so good. It's not so much as to where you are going but how you get there. You do have a slight advantage over the bigger RV's.

Happy trails.
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