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Old 10-12-2016, 09:32 AM   #1
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New to RV motorhome travel

We just purchased a new 2005 fleetwood deisel and we are looking for advice as to traveling with it. We are in Denver co right now heading to tuscon Arizona area and would love to see some cliff dwellings somewhere along the way. We have seen Utah via car last year, went to arches, brice and canyonlands so thats off our bucket list. Cliff dwellings , hot springs would be on my list or anything else that is interesting along our way. Any advice will help. We would like to stay away from windy narrow mountains while we get used to this vehicle. Thanks ahead of time
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Old 10-12-2016, 09:37 AM   #2
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Welcome and have fun! We will be watching the answers to your question, we want to see more Cliff dwelling ruins too. Fascinating places!
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We are also having trouble finding places to stop for deisel gas, and overnight parking. Any suggetions to make it easier? I am so new to this and my husband says i need to learn how to find these things
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Download the RVParky app. You can toggle on/off features for gas station like Pilot, Flying J, T/A, etc and stores like Walmart, Cabelas, Cracker Barrel, etc. We use Walmart a lot for quick, overnight stops and Flying J for gas at the RV islands.
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