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Old 09-01-2012, 09:55 PM   #1
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traveling from Seattle to New Mexico

I'm leaving on the 9th. of Oct any recommendations appreciated
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Old 09-01-2012, 10:24 PM   #2
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yep AVOID NM at all costs

the state has to have the most illiterate number of policemen in the whole country, especially in Albuquerque

drive with caution and be aware of your surroundings
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I'm leaving Seattle about the same time. If I didn't have to go thru SD to get my driver's license I would take I-5 south to I-84 just north of Portland and then head east. The drive along the Columbia River is beautiful! At Salt Lake City catch I-15 south and spend some time in southern Utah. Bryce Canyon and Zion National parks should not be missed. Take a side trip east from Bryce on Utah Hwy 12. It is the most amazing 70 miles of landscape I have ever seen. From there, I would let the weather determine the route to NM.

I'll think about your adventure as I yawn my way across I-90.
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Drive US 97 through Oregon.
Countless beautiful sights, views of the cascades, lava flows, memorials, points of interest, CG's, RV parks, rivers, high desert, wilderness areas, experimental forests, national forests, cities, small towns, historical areas, museums, etc.
On, near or not far from the hwy - Newberry National Volcanic Monument, Crater Lake, Klamath Lake, Lassen, etc.
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