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Old 02-24-2020, 06:02 PM   #1
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Looking for suggestions on this trip. Planning about 300-400 miles per day. We haven't traveled the east coast so we are looking for suggestions. Pulling a 42 ft. fifth wheel. Thanks in advance.
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We went to Maine last year but started from RGV in South Texas. We made a two part video of this 3 month trip and several others of our stay in Maine. It may be of some help.

Maine is a beautiful state to visit in the summer. We're going back this summer and also visiting New Hampshire and Vermont.

300-400 miles per day is aggressive and could be tiring. We tried to keep it to about 200-250 each leg of the trip and then explore at each stop.

Here's a link to Part One if you're interested.

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