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Old 12-31-2013, 04:58 PM   #29
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I used Streets and trips for preliminary planning. It gives you a good idea of travel times and distances between stops. I had AAA mak a trip Tic which set on the consule. I also used a book called "Next Exit" which was very handy. It lists all the main establishments at each exit on the major highways.

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thanks everyone for your helpful info and suggestions,we appreciate you taking time to share with us

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Vermiley pretty much covered it all. Then I got on several web sites and began getting advise from folks that travel the same area.
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Old 02-06-2014, 03:49 PM   #33
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When we went out west, we used an old fashioned atlas and KOA guide. I did get online some and checked out Good Sams directory. We almost never reserve ahead. When we got close to quitting at night, I would start to look for possibilities or we would pick a certain place to drive to. Never had a problem finding a spot.
I think my all time favorite stop was the PaloDuro Canyon a little south of Amarillo, TX. It was a state park and we camped in the bottom of the canyon. I can't wait to go back.

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