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Re: o/t Doing Route 66 in an RV

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Posted by wisbaker on December 11, 2012 at 08:36:54 from (

In Reply to: o/t Doing Route 66 in an RV posted by bill from scotland on December 11, 2012 at 06:57:44:

First- the RV are you going to buy or rent? What type of RV? Tow behind, class B or class A? How many people coming with you on this adventure? As many have mentioned choose your weather carefully the southwest can be real hot during the summer. US 66 went from Chicago to Los Angeles, their is a lot of romance with old 66 but you might want to do some research and choose a route that includes some of 66 and some other roads. If you're using a rental unit it won't be specially equipped like John T's unit so you'll have to be more conventional in your camp sites. As others have eluded to get the RV and Rand McNally guides- do that BEFORE YOU GET HERE. There are many RV and tourist web sites you can check out- I'd do that. We don't want to plan your vacation for you- you should do that so you can pick what you want to see. You haven't mentioned how much time you'll be spending here. Not knowing how long you intend to be stateside We don't know how long of a trip you're planning. If I were doing it I think I'd start on the east coast in Maryland, Virginia or the Carolinas and work my way west going through the Appalachia mountains then Kentucky, Tennessee and Pick up 66 in Missouri and follow it West. On 66 you'll miss the Heart of Texas and Colorado, both have places I'd like to see again. Then you have a coast to coast trip not a start in the middle and see 1/2. But time is valuable be careful not to overbook yourself.


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