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Old 06-06-2023, 08:00 PM   #1
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Cross country and then some

This is a long shot but has anyone traversed in a big rig from South Florida to Puyallup and back? I have the Summer route westward mapped and most nights covered between Harvest Hosts, CG, BLM and boon docking stops.

Work has us stopping in Bend from July - late October, early November. Looking for a monthly dog friendly rental for 41' rig plus toad in Bend for 3-4 months with hookups or nearby accommodations. Any suggestions?

ALSO would need to get the rig back east quickly so we are not stuck due to weather in early to mid November.....routes from Bend to S Florida? Are we screwed?

I know this is a long shot thread but all suggestions will be taken seriously. Thanks friends!
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Going from Portland ( lifetime Oregonian ) to Florida several times in November with our 41í tag coach Ö we always watched weather carefully but headed south as quickly as possible via Reno or if in a hurry California and I5. We generally then took our time once we got to Vegas then on to Florida via one of the southern interstates with stops to see my sister in Dallas.
Being in Bend in November is cold and possible snow conditions. I would watch carefully and leave asap. You should be fine from Bend to k falls and Reno and down or crossing on a good dry day to 5 and down. You just need to be weather aware at that time of year and willing to wait it out a few days.
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