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Old 01-17-2016, 09:53 AM   #1
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Question Best Route's

Hi All, I was wondering if there is a discussion thread for best routes to take from one destination to the next. With so many Full Timers out there traveling around, I would like to hear their experiences on what routes to take and what routes to avoid. Like, through the major cities, bridges & tunnels to avoid. For example From New York To Florida. Not to save time but to make the trip more enjoyable.

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Threads? No...they would become too big, too fast.

But we have two Forums that could fit the request:
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There are also routine threads about how to get from place to place. All you need to do is ask about what you want to do. Otherwise Google is as good as any place to start to see what is involved.
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There are also routine threads about how to get from place to place. All you need to do is ask about what you want to do. Otherwise Google is as good as any place to start to see what is involved.
These type posts should be in the "Crossroads" forum.
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There is no best route becouse what you and i want on the trip may be so different
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While everyone has an idea of the best route, you have to decide. Some people just want to get there, while others are looking for the scenic route. I would suggest you pose the question of where you want to go to and from where. There is bound to be some who have done the same thing, and will offer suggestions.
There are some services such as FMCA and Good Sam that will route for you. Or you can do like I do and plan it myself and research the route. I think that is one of the things that make the trip more exciting.

Good luck and Happy Trails!!!

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