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Old 03-21-2020, 02:22 AM   #169
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Big Mtn Trip???

I have no idea what kind of mountain Trip your planning. If I'm still alive after this Co-19 Virus is over the only place I want to see more than anything is Nashville, and maybe New Orleans then see some friends in Florida, N. Carolina, Georgia, Then upto Nova Scotia then head for home.
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Old 03-21-2020, 05:05 AM   #170
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Do you have a trip spreadsheet with stops youd like to share for those of us that are too lazy to do our own planning.
I do, but it is on RV Trip Wizard.
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Old 03-21-2020, 05:41 AM   #171
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We'd planned to make a similar trip, starting the first week of June. But decided to delay it. Maybe the fall, or maybe next spring. Started the process on Trip Wizard as well; I believe the trip itineraries can be shared, but haven't gotten that far into the process as yet and not familiar with all its features.


We're also wanting to make a trip to New England, so I'll be working on an itinerary for that as well.



If you're interested in caravanning (is that a word?) for any or all of the trip(s), let me know - anyone else as well.


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Old 03-22-2020, 09:21 AM   #172
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It is fun to plan trips.
A spreadsheet would just be some organized information about others experience and stops
I would use it to help plan my trips
Kind of like this forum.
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Old 03-22-2020, 09:30 AM   #173
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I do, but it is on RV Trip Wizard.
If youd like you can export it to an excel spreadsheet in RV trip wizards.
I think page 103 of the manual shows you how
A few of my friends have done this. Some get really crazy with the spreadsheets.

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Some of us not so Much with the Spread Sheet.

Me

Summer trip sheet;

Start in Maryland go to Colorado - then Utah - then Colorado - then Wyoming - then - Fly to Maryland - Family reunion - fly back to Colorado.....Spreads Pretty thin -

The best part is we all do it differently - and in an RV - they all Work. - - -
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Some of us not so Much with the Spread Sheet.

Me

Summer trip sheet;

Start in Maryland go to Colorado - then Utah - then Colorado - then Wyoming - then - Fly to Maryland - Family reunion - fly back to Colorado.....Spreads Pretty thin -

The best part is we all do it differently - and in an RV - they all Work. - - -
LOVE IT! That's how we did our travel plans, also. No detail.... just GO.
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If youd like you can export it to an excel spreadsheet in RV trip wizards.
I think page 103 of the manual shows you how
A few of my friends have done this. Some get really crazy with the spreadsheets.

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I don't have Excel
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I don't have Excel
Free download. Libreoffice, office suite. Compatible with almost all documents and spreadsheets.
www.libreoffice.org
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