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Old 04-12-2011, 10:43 PM   #15
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Why buy the maps? Just print your own!

Visited States Map by epgSoft

Visited Provinces Map by epgSoft

Visited Mexican States Map by epgSoft

If you are handy with Photoshop or other image programs you can enlarge them to the size you want, print on a nice photo paper or take it to a print shop and have them print it on vinyl.
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Old 04-13-2011, 06:10 AM   #16
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Where did you stay on Rhode Island?
Purplefans is correct, Fishermens Memorial SP is one of the best and we will be headed there in a couple of weeks. Area 1 is by far the best with very large, mostly level sites with W, E & S. We last visited two years ago and the voltage dropped pretty low at times, this is a park wide problem. This is an older park and is very much in need of updates to the electric. This park can be very hard to get into during the summer months. It is also very close to the Block Island ferry. Reviews are here:

RV Park Reviews :: Narragansett, Rhode Island ( RI ) - RV Parks and Campground Reviews

Another SP is the Charlestown Breachway, no hookups, self contained units only. The sites are 20' wide so it is a bit tight, but it is a stones throw from the Atlantic Ocean which can be seen from most sites. So it is a beach lovers paridise. At times it is like the parking lot before a Jimmy Buffet concert. We love the atmosphere and the people are great. We have reservations for 5 nights in June.

RV Park Reviews :: Charlestown, Rhode Island ( RI ) - RV Parks and Campground Reviews

Burlingame SP is also nearby, we have never stayed but have been in to use the dump station and take on water as the Breachway has neither. This is a very large CG and sites vary. If you ask, any of the three will allow you to go in and check the available sites before selecting one. The workers at these parks tend to be very friendly. Happy travels,

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This is the coolest thing - my 10 year old son has now been to 25 states! We counted on our map! Such a traveler! When we bought the new rig, we did transfer the states that we had been to onto it. We count a state when we have slept in it. (OK, sometimes, even if one of us is napping while we are driving through, it counts!)
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We had one on our old coach and a lot of foot traffic would stop and shoot the breeze.
Now we have a '99 Pacer with no map and people just walk by and wave.
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