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Old 03-31-2014, 01:15 PM   #1
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Your most interesting, facinating trip.???

Best trip ever, and we have been to all 48 connected states, seen half of the nat'l parks/monuments, drove the Natchez Trace, Going to the sun Hwy, Trailridge road, was the route from Zion to Bryce, to Escalante, up hwy 12 to Torrey, then Capital Reef, Arches, down to Mesa Verde. Took 4 weeks and would do it again in a heartbeat.
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Old 03-31-2014, 01:18 PM   #2
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Forgot... Over half the civil war sites too. The best being Shiloh & Corinth, saddest, Andersonville.
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In the late 60's we drove our 28 foot class A to the top of PIKES PEAK.Good thing I was young and had no fear.My wife an daughter laid on the floor.I know why they stopped motorhomes from going up.
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Down the aisle with the DW! And I would do it again in a heartbeat!
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Best trip ever, and we have been to all 48 connected states, seen half of the nat'l parks/monuments,

Drove the Natchez Trace, Going to the sun Hwy, Trailridge road, was the route from Zion to Bryce, to Escalante, up hwy 12 to Torrey, then Capital Reef, Arches, down to Mesa Verde.

Took four weeks and would do it again in a heartbeat
I'm laughin' at myself right now- read your post the first time and thought you meant that you'd seen ALL 48 States in that four weeks!
Had visions of Warp Speeds past all the attractions...

But when I read it again separated as above, I realized you must be talkin' about this latest Natchez trace run- whew.

Glad you had such a good-and relaxed-time!
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It may not have been my best trip, but it certainly was the most interesting. I crossed the Delaware on the Cape May/Lewes Ferry with a toad. It took three ferry deck hands to get me positioned on it and when I stopped I was only about one inch from the side bulkheads. Whew!!!
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We started out 2 years ago. Have been through 19 states and over 300 grand places. And it may never end. :-)

Over the last few decades we have seen and done many things in the 49 continental states and many provinces. But now, the Journey is Our Destination!
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Our 2012, 4 month trip to Alaska; and circuitous route back home after we got to Washington using 2-lane highways.
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For me it's a toss-up between 3 weeks in Alaska (Anchorage to Parker to McCarthy to Fairbanks to Denali) or 2 weeks in Washington/Oregon.

But I still have a lot of travelling left to do!
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Looks like I let everything run together. The 4 weeks was home, to Zion, and back.
Just thought people would like to talk about their adventures. Everyone has a story. Lets hear them !!!
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We've been on the road 4-6 months every year for the last 12 years. Seen all of the lower 48 and most provinces in Canada. Every trip has been wonderful but the trip from AZ to Alaska is one we had to go back and do it twice. Arizona, Utah, Idaho, Montana, Alberta, British Columbia, Yukon Territory and Alaska are a photographers dream.
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Charles Tuit. I know your brother "Around". [how many times have you heard that}. My brother lived in Dewey Az for a while. We took the toad to Cottnwood, & Jerome, what a ride. He now lives in Alaska and wants us to come visit. Sounds like it would be a wonderful trip.
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Gosh! I've never heard "Around Tuit" before. Take the trip but bring money. Enjoy.
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[QUOTE=Tom3205;1993250]Charles Tuit. I know your brother "Around". [how many times have you heard that}"

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