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    Worth the Twenty Bucks or So

    If you are going to be spending a lot of time on non-Interstate roads (not necessarily 'back' roads, but even some older US and state highways) you'll need a road atlas that shows where low clearance...
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    Just a Short Note on the Kancamagus

    Great Road! First, it's pronounced Kan-ka-MANG-us (with an 'n'). If you can, drive it from west to east, from Lincoln to Conway. It's a long steady climb from the east side to the top of the pass,...
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    Around New York (to First Order)

    Here's a link to a post describing my basic route around NYC if you'd like to use it. It's in the third paragraph.

    AZBuck
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    Well, No. So...

    Unfortunately, I couldn't find a way to search through ALL my old posts, just those threads that I started (as above) or had bookmarked, but I can lay out the route around NYC I mentioned if you so...
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    Some Down East Details

    Utah - I looked up an old RoadTrip Report from four years ago. Enjoy!

    Now if I can just find the post that describes my back road method for getting around NYC...

    AZbuck
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    Be There Soon Myself

    As it happens, my niece is getting married next month outside Wilmington DE. While I'm back east for that, I'll be going down to northern Virginia (DC area) and back. Most of what's in that area are...
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    On the Other Hand...

    As a former resident of the East Coast (DE, MD, NH, ME) I wouldn't call any of your targets so far a "National Park of the East". I'd also have to ask if you're interested in other parts of the...
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    But....

    Although Canada has announced that it will open its border with the US to fully-vaccinated travelers on August 9th, the United States yesterday (July 21st) announced that it will NOT open the border...
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    ...and It Continues...

    Canada announced Monday (July 19) that it will begin letting fully vaccinated U.S. citizens into Canada on Aug. 9...Officials said the 14-day quarantine requirement will be waived as of Aug. 9 for...
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    It's a Start

    Canada announced on Friday that the Toronto Blue Jays could return to their home field for the first time in nearly two years starting July 30, and that the other MLB teams would be allowed into the...
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    Hope for the Best; Plan for the Worst

    Welcome aboard the RoadTrip America Forums!

    I don't quite share your pessimism regarding the opening of the US-/Canada border. As cases and deaths continue to decline, even in the face of the...
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    Exactly...

    It's always the Nitty or the Gritty that makes a trip. Thanks for the details.

    AZbuck
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    Also in Dayton

    If Dayton ends up on your itinerary, Wright-Patterson would certainly be high on any list of 'air museums'. But if you do, the Wright Brothers National Museum should be on that same list. They have...
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    That All Depends

    Welcome aboard the RoadTrip America Forums!

    As a former resident of northern New England, I can tell you that fall foliage in a good hardwood forest at elevation is stunning, especially where you...
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    Flyer Beware

    We should also warn you that flying this year is a nightmare. There have been several stories in the news about airlines having trouble re-hiring crews that were laid off during the pandemic. They...
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    Little Help, Please?

    Welcome aboard the RoadTrip America Forums!

    "Colorado/California/Las Vegas" covers an awful lot of territory, and other than Las Vegas are large areas rather than precise spots. So at this point I...
  17. Time is What We Measure with a Clock

    If time is not an issue, then I'd probably be thinking in terms of two to three weeks. Just driving more or less directly up to Glacier and back to SLC will use up four days, but you'll want to make...
  18. Thread: Summer trip

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    That's a Cool Spell

    Here in Tucson, we maxed out at 115║F yesterday. I don't care how dry it is, that's hot. The good news is that usually June is our hottest month with monsoon rains starting up (again, usually) by...
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    Mix It Up

    While I would totally agree with you regarding the black Hills area, especially if you fly into Rapid City rather than Denver, the Grand Canyon/Mighty Five area also has proximity to both Phoenix and...
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    Six of One...

    There really is no right answer to your question as to which loop to choose. What I, or anyone else, would choose has no bearing on what you should choose. Just look at what's available to you on...
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    Yes, But Ten Days is Really Only Six

    Welcome aboard the RoadTrip America Forums!

    You can have a wonderful week seeing everything there is in the Rapid City area and make the drive down to Flagstaff to visit the Grand Canyon. Just...
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    Speaking in Generalities

    This is a unique year and given the pent up urge for vacation travel, there is the possibility that things will get tight at some point. However, my wife and i have recently booked two trips, one for...
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    Cars Start Out Unique and Get Uniquer

    Welcome aboard the RoadTrip America Forums!

    Although they come off assembly lines, which has come to mean cookie-cutter sameness, each car starts out with a slight idiosyncrasy or two. Maybe the...
  24. Not to Mention...

    The family and friends along the southern route who will want to meet the new addition!

    AZBuck
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    The Odd Suggestion

    Welcome aboard the RoadTrip America Forums!

    They're only odd because you won't have a lot of time for significant side trips given the distances involved and the type of vehicle you'll be driving,...
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