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Old 02-14-2020, 06:56 AM   #21
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Here are a couple stock pictures of the hill.
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Old 02-14-2020, 08:44 AM   #22
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Black Bear pass, CO


Santa Elana canyon entrance, Big Bend NP

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Old 02-15-2020, 07:00 AM   #23
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Foxwoods

The Foxwoods Resort * Casino is located at Mashantucket, CT.

There is a large RV parking area in one of the casino parking lots and they provide free van service to and from the casino. However, when we were last there it was strictly dry camping so we stayed down the road at the Odetah CG at Bozarah, CT.

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Old 02-15-2020, 10:36 AM   #24
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Needles Eye Tunnel, 8ft 4 inches wide. Custer State Park, SD. South Dakota Hwy #87. Traffic travels in both directions, just not at the same time
Been through there in a SRW truck. Pucker factor was off the charts. Iíd have to measure my dually to see if it would fit. Great pic
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Old 02-15-2020, 10:51 AM   #25
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Been through there in a SRW truck. Pucker factor was off the charts. I’d have to measure my dually to see if it would fit. Great pic
We did it in 2007 in our 2001.5 RAM 2500 truck more clearance that this one in the Redwoods in California in 2006, on that same trip we did the Zion NP tunnels with our 29' 5th wheel to get to Bryce Canyon NP. Chris
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Old 02-15-2020, 05:55 PM   #26
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Been through there in a SRW truck. Pucker factor was off the charts. Iíd have to measure my dually to see if it would fit. Great pic
It would fit. We saw a tour bus go through. Evidently he'd been there before as the bus had the "scars" to prove it
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Old 02-16-2020, 08:59 AM   #27
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Indiana

A lot of our full time traveling was done on rural, state and US highways. For the most part they are not as intensive or nerve racking. For instance; on this trip north from Florida to the Michigan Up State we decided to go right up the middle of Indiana and Michigan.

These pictures were taken on the flat as a flounder, straight as an arrow Indiana highway 3. It's a great rural road with ample pull-offs and great pavement. Traveling along at a comfortable 55 MPH the views can be watched without much interface from traffic. Very relaxing and even found an inland Portland.

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Hoover Dam

These were taken from the a Nevada observation location.

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Old 03-25-2020, 07:47 AM   #29
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Stir crazy

Cant wait to be able to hit some of our favorite spots again. Pismo Beach, CA and Half Moon Bay
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Somewhere in Wyoming... Jan was fixing lunch and I took a lil' hike up the hill for a photo op!
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We did it in 2007 in our 2001.5 RAM 2500 truck more clearance that this one in the Redwoods in California in 2006, on that same trip we did the Zion NP tunnels with our 29' 5th wheel to get to Bryce Canyon NP. Chris
Cool photo for sure! We gave it a go in 2018.
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Somewhere in Wyoming... Jan was fixing lunch and I took a lil' hike up the hill for a photo op!
Did you get a picture of that monument behind the trailer?
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Did you get a picture of that monument behind the trailer?
Well now you made me go back through my photos. This was taken June 23, 2014. We had spent a few days in Gillette, WY visiting friends. I believe it was on Hwy 28. Now my brain hurts, LoL
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Old 03-25-2020, 12:14 PM   #34
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These were taken from the a Nevada observation location.
Nice pictures.

The last time we were at the hoover dam all the traffic was still using it, we took the dam tour and our dam guide was very knowledgeable

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Gaffney, SC

If youíve traveled through SC on I-85 in the day time youíve probably seen this iconic Peach. Itís also mentioned frequently in the TV series ďHouse of CardsĒ.

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Old 03-25-2020, 01:17 PM   #36
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I seen where the op posted the same drive through tree . 2016 September a big storm push us to the east and 3 months latter that drive through tree was knocked over by wind .
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Felicity, CA

You can find this little attraction East of El Centro, CA just before you get to the Sand Dunes Recreation Area on I-8. They even have a post office.

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Well now you made me go back through my photos. This was taken June 23, 2014. We had spent a few days in Gillette, WY visiting friends. I believe it was on Hwy 28. Now my brain hurts, LoL
Did you also go to Sinks Canyon? Itís fun to see the river disappear underground and come back up a ways down the road, and used to be fun to feed the huge trout that canít go farther upstream. Itís also outside Lander a little ways. Tent camping in the Shoshone National Forest was a blast in college too, except for the chipmunk who insisted on sitting IN my bag of Doritos and eating them while we set up the tent...
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Did you also go to Sinks Canyon? Itís fun to see the river disappear underground and come back up a ways down the road, and used to be fun to feed the huge trout that canít go farther upstream. Itís also outside Lander a little ways. Tent camping in the Shoshone National Forest was a blast in college too, except for the chipmunk who insisted on sitting IN my bag of Doritos and eating them while we set up the tent...
Oh nooooÖ. we missed it! Next time!
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California Interstate 5

These pictures were taken from I-5 on the northern side of the Grape Vine. They show the plumbing used to get the mighty California Aqueduct water over the mountains and into LA County.

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