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    Aage's Avatar

    Head for the Hills 2012 days 6-11?

    Looks wonderful there, beautiful videos!
    Posted 07-03-2012 at 02:41 PM by Aage Aage is offline
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    Big escape 2011 summary

    Hi from Ga. . . thanks for sharing your trip, we enjoyed it. Back when I had a VW camper and MUCH longer hair, we went to Hunting Island from ATL a lot (Closest beach ?) Always liked that place. We usually don't do those areas during warm moths due to the bugs. Gettin old I guess. thanks again, Craig
    Posted 05-25-2011 at 07:52 AM by RamblinManGa RamblinManGa is offline
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    Big escape 2011 summary

    Sounds like a fun trip Vernon. Soon it'll be time for our first trip of the year.
    Posted 05-24-2011 at 05:58 AM by Top Top is offline
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    Big escape 2011 day 2

    Have more fun!

    Glad ya'll are having a good time. Keep posting - I live vicariously by other streamer's good times
    .
    I gotta' tell ya', I might want some more campers around us in this park. That moss hung stuff is wonderful, but it can get kinda' spooky at night when the park is dark and largely empty! We were in a park one night where when you stepped out of the trailer you really and truly couldn't see your hand before your face. I was wishing for streetlights, passing cars, something! Gave me the willies.
    Posted 05-23-2011 at 07:53 PM by LawChick LawChick is offline
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    Big escape 2011 day 5

    Hi, great trip and nice pictures. I think the Light House would be neat, but I don't know about going up that high. Thank You for taking us along.
    Posted 05-22-2011 at 09:38 PM by ROBERTSUNRUS ROBERTSUNRUS is online now
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    Load it up!

    Great trip for sure. We camped at Soouthside campg in Dillon. Lots of trout fisherman from everywhere that are willing to show you where to fish. But i am interested in how you mamage your generators. I understand that it is dangerous to leave them unattended at the campsite. I think your idea of puting them in the trunk is the answer but when you go to town for groceries what do you do? I would like to se an indepth discussion of this issue.

    Lynn Porter lrporter
    Posted 01-06-2011 at 11:11 PM by LRPorter LRPorter is offline
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    Day 13 of the 2010 trip

    hey i like how you pulled your truck on the dessert dude. your ram is quite tough. maybe you like some [URL="http://www.autopartsdeal.com/Parts_List/fog_light_kit/dodge/ram_1500/"]Ram fog light kit[/URL] when you travel again so your lights will work well on pitch black :)
    Posted 10-23-2010 at 02:07 AM by chuckhumprey chuckhumprey is offline
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    Day 13 of the 2010 trip

    Gorgeous photos. Thanks for sharing. Charles
    Posted 09-04-2010 at 07:09 PM by chbocca chbocca is offline
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    Day 11 of the 2010 trip

    Flat and level is over-rated--the steep grades give you something to talk about when you get home

    When I was a teenager, we went up the Beartooth Pass in our '74 Lincoln and a 26 ft sob and camped in Yellowstone. Being from BC, I loved the climb and switchbacks up the mountainside. My aunt and uncle from Saskatchewan followed in their truck and trailer. As flatlanders, they were white as ghosts when they got to the summit! As a kid, I thought that was totally strange.
    Posted 09-02-2010 at 09:52 PM by 4slice 4slice is offline
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    Day 12 of the 2010 trip

    great reason to pick a campground, too funny.

    enjoy the travel'n man...

    cheers
    2air'
    Posted 09-01-2010 at 02:35 PM by 2airishuman 2airishuman is offline
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    Day 12 of the 2010 trip

    That is too bad the visitor's center is still closed. We were able to see it in 2002. Actually, as a child, I remember seeing it and there were people still working on the wall of fossils, uncovering them.
    Posted 08-31-2010 at 10:26 PM by casarodante casarodante is offline
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    crispyboy's Avatar

    Day 10 of the 2010 trip

    Really enjoying your trip photos and descriptions. Thanks for posting them! You folks have a nice looking rig!
    Posted 08-31-2010 at 12:37 PM by crispyboy crispyboy is offline
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    Day 9 of the 2010 Trip

    Keep up the great coverage of your trip. The pic's are beautiful
    Posted 08-29-2010 at 05:29 PM by Archersfin Archersfin is offline
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    Day 4 2010 all over

    good pix vernon, i love driving that route.

    folks don't realize just how INTENSE the high plains winds can be and how they affect mpg.

    maybe that's why lincoln looks SO angry in that statue...

    he's tired of standing there in the 30-40 mph breeze.

    safe travels!

    cheers
    2air'
    Posted 08-24-2010 at 09:16 AM by 2airishuman 2airishuman is offline
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    Day 3, 2010 Kansas to Colorado

    oh yeah, good looking shot of mac,

    he's getting a NOSE FULL of prairie smellin'

    cheers
    2air'
    Posted 08-24-2010 at 09:13 AM by 2airishuman 2airishuman is offline
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    Day 3, 2010 Kansas to Colorado

    is that not an IMPRESSIVE ball o'twine?

    and now u know why kansas is called...

    the land of ahs....

    cheers
    2air'
    Posted 08-24-2010 at 09:12 AM by 2airishuman 2airishuman is offline
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    Day 2

    good lookin' couple of stream...

    i'm sure the owners are equally handsome if not moreso...


    cheers
    2air'
    Posted 08-24-2010 at 09:10 AM by 2airishuman 2airishuman is offline
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    Melody Ranch's Avatar

    The Trips first Uh Oh

    I had the exact same thing happen on my 94 Sovereign.
    Posted 08-22-2010 at 09:00 AM by Melody Ranch Melody Ranch is offline
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    HiHoAgRV's Avatar

    Launch Day

    Hope to add some photos soon1
    Posted 08-21-2010 at 05:54 AM by HiHoAgRV HiHoAgRV is offline
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    maxandgeorgia's Avatar

    Load it up!

    Don't forget the Snowy Range when you cut across SE Wyoming. After the heat and humidity you'll have driven through, you'll find the chill and vistas on this high range just off the highway a real refresher. 9000-10500 foot altitudes. It's a drive that will take you E to W, putting you out at the west end so that you can reconnect with I80. Happy trails...wish we were there too! ~G
    Posted 08-18-2010 at 09:13 AM by maxandgeorgia maxandgeorgia is offline



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