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Old 05-14-2019, 03:53 AM   #1
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Old 05-14-2019, 05:48 AM   #2
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Cal, I didn't know you even veered off into the other forums....
Now get down there and wash that black truck again; I detected some heavy dust behind the passenger side!
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Cal, I didn't know you even veered off into the other forums....
Now get down there and wash that black truck again; I detected some heavy dust behind the passenger side!
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Here's our rig in full timer mode, about 23K GCW.

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It is as shiny black as it will get I expect! Here is ours a few weeks ago somewhere in Florida. You can't see the love-bugs on the cap of the Suites! Nasty rascals! We were at 29,800 GCW at the CAT scale in Belle Glade, Florida.
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Old 08-09-2021, 01:28 AM   #5
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US numbered highways

During our full time traveling years we traveled mostly on US numbered highways and state/rural roads. We used interstate highways in areas of the country that were sparsely populated where viewing the same scenery may last for hundreds of miles. There are large sections of highway US-1 from Key West, FL to Van Buren, ME.

US-1enters Maine at the town of Kittery. Shopping Malls there are like fancy strip malls elsewhere in the country. Here are pictures from Kittery.

Kittery, ME Mall - 1 Aug.jpg Kittery, ME Mall - 2 .jpg

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Cal, in line with your most recent post, I may have sent this before, but it is one of 14 this pizza restaurant in Wisconsin Dells delivers pizza.
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Studebaker's Restaurant & Lounge

On a day trip from our parking site at Mackinaw City, MI, we traveled north on I-75 to Sault Ste Marie, MI to tour the Soo Locks. Before heading back to the trailer we stopped for a sort of dinner at Studebakerís. They had great starters and we made a meal by sharing some of them.

These short stories do not follow any time line at all.

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Kansas

When traveling across KS on US-54 youíll encounter some beautiful farm land.

4 KS Hwy US254 + (24).jpg 4a KS Hwy = US81.jpg
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Exploring the Sedona, AZ area.

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In these pictures we were traveling west on I-40 where we would park at the WIlliams Railway RV Park for a few days. We took the train to the north rim and used the free transportation there to explore the fantastic views.

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34k combined without the MC and just over 35 with it.

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34k combined without the MC and just over 35 with it.

Nice rig! have you ever been to Cherokee, NC with it? There are hundreds of miles of very interesting rides there for a ride like yours. My son has a Harley. He was just up there for the leaf changing.

There is a RV park on the river edge on the way to Cherokee on US-74. It has sites that would be an easy fit for your whole rig.
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