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RE: Search Along Route ??

I just tried that in Google Maps because I had never noticed it. Type the name of a location. Then scroll a little bit and it appears on the left
GizmosMom 10/20/19 10:03am Roads and Routes
RE: Texas to Ridgway CO late November

The only other suggestions I have are to take Highway 69 from north of Walsenburg to Texas Creek and Highway 50. Or take highway 160 west and then take either highway 17 or 285 to get to Highway 114 and then onward on Highway 50 to Montrose (This from someone who does not care for Monarch Pass?) Happy Travels!
GizmosMom 10/17/19 10:30am Roads and Routes
RE: Long term camping

Ditto on Lake Fork in Texas!
GizmosMom 09/13/19 09:04am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Road condition of I-40 in Oklahoma

Took I-40 from Little Rock to West Memphis in July and it was pretty smooth compared to what it was like in the past.
GizmosMom 09/11/19 08:46am Roads and Routes
RE: Colorado 114 from Sillsville to Saguache

We have driven 114 to and from Gunnison many times. Some turns but it is so easy that even I can drive it, and I am a big sissy when it comes to mountain driving.
GizmosMom 09/01/19 09:32am Roads and Routes
RE: A very old stray {The Old Fella Story}

I don't post much on this thread but I follow it closely and read it every day. Prayers for you, Richard, and for all that need a lift!
GizmosMom 08/27/19 08:48am RV Pet Stop
RE: Trip Planner

My MS S&T has an "optimize" feature for stops. So I just did a Google search for "trip planner with optimize stops" and found this: OptimoRoute Hope this helps you!
GizmosMom 08/17/19 09:26am Roads and Routes
RE: Trip Planner

I know that you can load destinations in Google Maps. You can arrange them in the correct order then load the route. I still use my MS Streets and Trips 2011 version for most of my trip planning. That's how tech challenged I am!
GizmosMom 08/16/19 02:33pm Roads and Routes
RE: Road closure (detour) questions

We just traveled on Highway 24 in Indiana and Illinois. Had to take the detour around Goodland. Was kind of a pain but smooth sailing. About 20 miles our of our way.
GizmosMom 08/02/19 10:35am Roads and Routes
RE: I-40 West of Memphis

Just traveled that route twice in the past two weeks. Many, many trucks but after traveling in Indiana, Michigan and Illinois we felt the roads in Arkansas were great! I-40 between Memphis and Little Rock was not bad at all IMHO
GizmosMom 08/02/19 10:33am Roads and Routes
Highway 24 near Goodland, Indiana...detour question

Our favorite way to get avoid Chicago on the way to Michigan is to exit in Gilman, IL and travel east on Highway 24. Google Maps shows me that there is bridge work and the highway will be closed just past Goodland until the end of August. Has anyone traveled on Highway 24 recently or know if the detour is pretty far out of the way? I can't tell if we could just detour a couple of blocks away or not. We will be trying to get to US 31. Have another route planned out (Route B!) but sure would like to use Highway 24 instead.
GizmosMom 07/16/19 10:23am Roads and Routes
RE: Just bought a 1999 230xlw Xplorer

Congratulations! We owned a 2000 Xplorer for 14 years. We retired in 2016 and went to a Class C. Still miss my Xplorer. It was also my daily driver! We felt too claustrophobic using the bathroom doors. We removed them and put up a shower curtain rod and a shower curtain. It worked very well for us. Those doors were heavy and so our load was lighter. Have fun with your van!
GizmosMom 07/08/19 08:42am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Is this forum dead, wow

There are many RV groups on Facebook. I think that is why the forums have less traffic. But this is still my "go to" RV forum! I would be lost without it!
GizmosMom 06/22/19 03:02pm Folding Trailers
RE: Elkhart to Out West AFTER ACTION REPORT

We always do everything we can to avoid driving near Chicago. Many members on this forum like Highway 36 which is an east to west highway that runs through several states. I have only traveled that highway near Hamilton, MO. Since you like to travel the back roads I would swing down US 31 south in Indiana and get to Highway 36. Highway 24 also runs east to west but in looking at Google Maps it seems like it is also part of the Interstate system in certain areas. Happy and safe travels
GizmosMom 06/08/19 01:20pm Roads and Routes
RE: Route through Chicago

If you are not pressed for time here is a route that you might consider: Swing west and take highway 17 to Lowell, Indiana. Then travel west to Kankakee and further west on 17 to 47. Then up to Interstate 80 to Interstate 39. You might have to look at a map to further understand this route. We have taken 17 from Kankakee to Interstate 65 to avoid Chicago on our way to western Michigan many times.
GizmosMom 04/23/19 04:27pm Roads and Routes
RE: Cammpground Rant

Easter weekend is a three day weekend for most. The weather is warmer and is frequently the first camping weekend of the year for many folks. When we lived in Michigan Spring Break was always around Easter time. Not sure when it is now. Easter is late this year. Please look at State Park and COE parks to see if any have openings. By the way, our wildflowers are totally awesome this year!
GizmosMom 04/08/19 09:00am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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