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Old 05-21-2012, 03:17 PM   #1
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Which way to FL

From Bryce Canyon I-70 or I-40? Doing this in July so was leaning toward the northern I-70 to avoid a bit of the heat. Mileage is +80 or so on I-70. That's according to MQ
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I-70 takes you through Denver, Kansas City, St. Louis, all possible traffic issues. I-40 is much less populated. The road is pretty in Colorado, not so much east of Denver. I don't think the heat should be a determining factor, it gets hot along i-70 too!
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I dont think the heat will be all that different, therefore shouldn't be a factor. Kansas or Oklahoma that's the real question, one might say a lesser of two evils dilemma. I prefer new Mexico over co though, very pretty drive
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Consider I 40 as your best choice. There is a lot to stop and do along the way. If you can, stop in West Memphis, Arkansas and stay at Tom Sawyer CG. You'll be right on the banks of the Mississippi River. I do mean right on the banks of the Mississippi. In the most eastern part of Tennessee is the Sevierville, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg area. Plan for a multi day stay.
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Consider I 40 as your best choice. There is a lot to stop and do along the way. If you can, stop in West Memphis, Arkansas and stay at Tom Sawyer CG. You'll be right on the banks of the Mississippi River. I do mean right on the banks of the Mississippi. In the most eastern part of Tennessee is the Sevierville, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg area. Plan for a multi day stay.
I do agree those are great areas but pigeon forge may be a bit out of the way, you'll prob take 26 to Chattanooga, but if your looking to sight see gatlinburg is pretty sweet, and if you go down 26 jack Daniels has free tours and the koa in Manchester is five stars
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