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  • Birthday 02/04/1959

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    Motorcycles,, golf,, poker,, jeepin

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  1. You are probably right, it could ne iffy for sure. Was hoping to get in before the big crowds and I guess there could be prices to pay for that.
  2. Thank you very much for taking the time to make that reply, I will certainly be referring to this numerous times.
  3. This may be crazy but we plan to hit Michigan next summer for a whirlwind and then drop down to Ann Arbor to do the Henry Ford Museum, then down to Flushing Ohio to check out the Underground Railroad, then up to check out Niagara Falls before heading towards the Banger and Trenton Maine area. Of course want to do the touristy stuff and see Arcadia before working our way out the bottom of Maine and heading to Florida.Is that all to crazy and ambitious? If not any suggestions for routes and big rig parks? We will be traveling with 1 other couple, they are in a 40' Class A and we are in a 43' 5th wheel (13'5" tall).This is a 2022 trip but want to start reserving soon and we would hope to be at the bottom of Michigan doing the Henry Ford Museum the end of May to avoid the kids being out of school.I can take it if you just say I'm a crazy fool LOL!!! That's just about the last area of the country we have not seen, Maine, Vermont and that area anyway. Timing would be at the bottom of Michigan beginning of May and our friends would like to be in NC mid August but everything is in sand.
  4. If you are ever in the KC area be sure to check out the Arrowhead Stadium, they give a great tour. Here is a short video we did on our tour. https://youtu.be/Qk7g7y5FDZs
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    Alamogordo

    I'm sorry, I should have been more detailed. We are just looking for a spot to stop overnight and leave early the next morning but not a campground. A good wide chunk of dirt or pavement would work best. Thanks to those that have already replied.
  6. hdrider

    Alamogordo

    Any good spots to overnight in or near Alamogordo other than the Walmart? We will be headed through there in a week.
  7. Here is a link to a little look into our visit to Bryce Canyon National Park. We hope you enjoy it. https://youtu.be/u9Q84nsn9ks
  8. We drove down to just outside of Tucson Arizona to hike the Brown Mountain Trail in case you are to take a look. Here is a link. https://youtu.be/eUWMaEA5x_w
  9. I wanted to share a link to a visit we did to the Petrified Forest National Park just outside of Holbrook Arizona. This is actually part 1 of two because we spent 2 days touring that area. Hope you enjoy and here is the link. https://wp.me/p2Dund-57x
  10. Here is a link to a great hike just outside of Pagosa Springs Colorado, probably our second favorite hike in the area. https://youtu.be/yesoTqP85bA
  11. Here is a link to a great trail outside of Pagosa Springs Colorado that is one you shouldn't miss if in the area. https://youtu.be/i8L8NRF968I
  12. For US I look at it this way. Been fulltime on the road 8 years and have been in a good routine winter wise the last 5 so I will just use those last 5 years campground fees which add up and then average out to $10,049 per year (which in my mind is already to dang much but we do stay in the nicest in the areas we visit it seems so it is what it is). It so happens that we stay at a winter spot for 5 months which is what you say you would probably stay and so would we most likely. So, if we used the $475 per month you mentioned x 12 months = $5700 then add the $837 per month on average for the remaining 7 months of travel and that = $11,557. So if I were to look at that scenario I would see the positive of having a lot I knew we could stay on whenever we wanted and one we could fix up the way we want. BUT I would also see the up front out of pocket for the lot and no yearly savings on our normal campground costs PLUS we would loose the flexibility to move around if we wanted. Even if we could put it in a rental pool I doubt that scenario would tempt us personally BUT that does not make it not right for you. Just my 2 cents.
  13. Here is a link to a couple out in the middle of nothing spots a person could probably miss if just traveling through Kansas. https://wp.me/p2Dund-4Py
  14. Here is a link to a little tour we took of the Seely Mansion in Abilene Kansas. https://wp.me/p2Dund-4Oo
  15. We would like to share a link to our update on a visit we took to the Prairie Museum in Colby Kansas. A little gem that probably gets missed a lot while traveling through that area I'm sure. https://wp.me/p2Dund-4Rr
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