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Old 04-29-2013, 08:00 PM   #1
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Top ten places to visit...

Today Michele had the day off....so I asked her to list the top ten places she would like to visit in out RV...

What are your recommendations?

I'll post her picks soon!

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Old 04-29-2013, 08:23 PM   #2
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Sebastian Inlet State Park, Sebastian, FL

Douthat State Park, Clifton Forge, VA

Sebastian is on the Indian River on one side, the ocean on the other...beautiful. Porpoise, sea turtles, all kids of birds...fantastic fishing. LOVE it there.

Douthat is in the mountains. A VA state park. Lots of outdoor activities do do there!
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Old 04-29-2013, 08:36 PM   #3
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The proverbial trip out west, the pacific northwest, Alaska, The Great Lakes, Along the Blue Ridge Parkway, The Northeat in Autumn, The Eastern Seaboard, wrap around FL and back up the West Coast and finish off in the panhandle
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Hey Kelly, Glad to hear Sebastian Inlet is a favorite. Have reservations next
Feb for a week after spending 2 weeks at Long Key St. Park. Got lucky with
the reservation system this year. Never been to Sebastian Inlet.
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Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. I was up there once on a business trip and want to get back up that way with the trailer. Many others but this one is a must.
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The proverbial trip out west, the pacific northwest, Alaska, The Great Lakes, Along the Blue Ridge Parkway, The Northeat in Autumn, The Eastern Seaboard, wrap around FL and back up the West Coast and finish off in the panhandle
Add a trip to CA and it sounds like a great trip. San Diego, Monterey, wine country, up through the redwoods... I could spend so much time out there.
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Ths is in no particular order.
monument valley
Grand Canyon
Yellowstone
Grand Tetons
All the other great western parks (would love to just the a couple month trip and do a western loop).
Florida Keys ( we are hitting Fort Wilderness at disney this year)
There is a coast to coast park in the a mountains that as horseback riding. I really wan't to camp there.
Gettysburg
Alaska
Grandfather Mtn area of NC
TN
Kentucky Horse Park
NC outer banks.
And so many more places
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I don't know about ten but I would go to the Keys, Big Bend, Yellowstone, Rocky Mountain National Park, Great Sand Dunes National Monument. I know there are others but I think one of the considerations is being physically fit and able to hike to be able to appreciate the wonders. These would give you a variety of geologic features of the US., Alaska would be great but is a long haul and somewhat similar to Yellowstone and Rocky Mountain National Park at least as far as terrain, flora and fauna go.
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Glacier National Park (Montana), Seashore National Park (Florida), Bryce National Park (Utah), Yellowstone National Park, National Forest Big Horns (Wyoming), Land Between the Lakes (Kentucky), Mammoth Cave National Park (Kentucky), Acadia National Park (Maine), Rocky Mountain National Park (Colorado), Roosevelt National Forest (Colorado)
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Washington, DC (Smithsonian Museums) Baltimore (inner harbor) Boston (harbor & historic section) Mystic Seaport (Museum of America and the Sea), Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, Mt Rushmore, San Francisco (harbor-wharf) San Diego (zoo) Monterrey (Aquarium) NAPA (wine country) The California Redwoods....so many others!!
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