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Old 09-18-2013, 08:56 AM   #1
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Traveling from Savannah, Ga. To Sacramento, ca. In october

Well I'm leaving the sailboat and buying a motorhome. I've decided to go west and see the other side of the country. I know it's late in the year but I'm taking the opportunity while I can. By the looks of the weather, it seems that the southern route would make the most sense. Would love to here from anyone with suggestions on routes that would be the most scenic this time of year. And the most safe as far as weather. Hope to here from some of you seasoned travelers.
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Old 10-06-2013, 05:32 PM   #2
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If I were leaving Savannah Ga. going west
I would start on I20 then I10 and I8.

I just hit MapQuest out of curiosity and they have a nice straight route to S.D. Ca. at
35 hours 19 min at 29360 miles.

Their route should give you good weather conditions for the most part.
Usually little snow and nice temps.

Sounds like a great trip.
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If I were leaving Savannah Ga. going west
I would start on I20 then I10 and I8.

I just hit MapQuest out of curiosity and they have a nice straight route to S.D. Ca. at
35 hours 19 min at 29360 miles.

Their route should give you good weather conditions for the most part.
Usually little snow and nice temps.

Sounds like a great trip.
PLZ RECHECK THAT MILEAGE NUMBER (29,360). you could travel around the world for less than that, although not in a moho.
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If I were leaving Savannah Ga. going west I would start on I20 then I10 and I8. I just hit MapQuest out of curiosity and they have a nice straight route to S.D. Ca. at 35 hours 19 min at 29360 miles. Their route should give you good weather conditions for the most part. Usually little snow and nice temps. Sounds like a great trip.
thanks for the info. I have thought that I20 and I40 would be a nice route. Would like to see south rim of Grand Canyon.
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