Route Planning — Will I Ever Figure This Out?

Where to start?

I learned early on what we can and cannot do and now base our route planning using those criteria.

  1. No more than 5 hours, but 4 hours is better.
  2. Maximum is 250 miles usually we do around 200 miles a day.
  3. Arrive by two to three. If you arrive early before other RVs check-in, you don’t have to wait in line and you won’t have to hold up the line because you are a newbie who needs more time to get into their site.

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Karla Locke

Karla Locke

My creative self needs an outlet, I do this with writing and photography and the occasional thought and opinion.

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