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Old 04-20-2011, 05:00 PM   #15
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If you are "green" to driving and a little concerned, start out late at night or early in the morning to avoid traffic in the larger cities..by the 2nd or 3rd day you should feel a lot better about your abilities as a driver. The furter west you get the nicer and more at ease your should feel and be able to enjoy the trip...Happy Trails...

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Old 04-20-2011, 05:12 PM   #16
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How exciting. You will love Prescott! own second home there and spend most of the summer, incrediable little Arizona town and people are so friendly. Great time to be heading there and lots and lots to do.
Safe travels.
Our son-in-law is from Webster, New York think thats your neighbor.

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I just made two cross-country trips, one in October and the last one in April. The first one was from Albany, NY to Reno, NV (similar to what you are contemplating) and the last was from Greenville, SC to Reno, NV. I would recommend you take I-40 most of the way which requires you to head South for quite a distance when you start. I agree with the posters above that 500 miles a day is a little much if you want to see anything. In a motorhome, 300-350 is about all I want to do unless I'm really crunched for time. I would be happy to share some advice and experiences with you if you'd like.

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