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Debbie

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Posted: 05/18/19 05:54pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Thank You all for the great inputs. It has been challenging but we finally have the first half booked of our trip. From the suggestions we hurried an made reservations up until Labor Day. Any states I miss I will catch next year! Also from some of these places we will travel and see some of the other states on my bucket list. Can't wait to leave.
Northeast Trip
July 8 - 9 OK
July 9 – 11 Poplar Bluff, MO
July 11 – 13 Cave City, Ky
July 13 – 16 Dayton OH
July 16 – 19 Youngstown, OH
July 19 – 23 Pine Grove, PA
July 23 – 26 Westpoint, NY
July 26 – 31 Griswold, CT
July 31 – Aug 4 Auburn, NH
Aug 4 – 11 Wells, ME
Aug 11 – 19 Trenton, ME
Aug 19 – 22 Hanover, ME
Aug 22 – 26 St. Johnsbury, VT
Aug 26 – 29 Middle Grove, NY
Aug 29 – Sept. 3 Watkins Glen
Second half of trip will heading to MI UP, WI,to NE heading home by middle of Oct. Thanks again.


I wanna go where I haven't been, but still wanna see what I've seen again!


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Debbie wrote:

Thank You all for the great inputs. It has been challenging but we finally have the first half booked of our trip. From the suggestions we hurried an made reservations up until Labor Day. Any states I miss I will catch next year! Also from some of these places we will travel and see some of the other states on my bucket list. Can't wait to leave.
Northeast Trip
July 8 - 9 OK
July 9 – 11 Poplar Bluff, MO
July 11 – 13 Cave City, Ky
July 13 – 16 Dayton OH
July 16 – 19 Youngstown, OH
July 19 – 23 Pine Grove, PA
July 23 – 26 Westpoint, NY
July 26 – 31 Griswold, CT
July 31 – Aug 4 Auburn, NH
Aug 4 – 11 Wells, ME
Aug 11 – 19 Trenton, ME
Aug 19 – 22 Hanover, ME
Aug 22 – 26 St. Johnsbury, VT
Aug 26 – 29 Middle Grove, NY
Aug 29 – Sept. 3 Watkins Glen
Second half of trip will heading to MI UP, WI,to NE heading home by middle of Oct. Thanks again.


I'm jealous.


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We have been looking forward to this trip for a long time. Retired in Jan. Would have liked to not have to plan so far ahead and just travel and stop where we wanted. But the East coast seems to book up fast for summer, and eating Lobster is on my bucket list. I also didn't realized the mind boggling trying to figure out what route to take. Now if we can just keep the Tornados from destroying my RV we will be great. Had a close call last night. More tonight. Yuck!

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Pa has some really nice state parks and historic sites. Some of our favorite state park campgrounds are Locust Lake,Pine Grove Furnace,Bald Eagle Lake and Promised Land. State historic sites like Drake Well Museum,Strasburg Railroad Museum and The Pennsylvania Militaary Museum are great.

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Fishing? Lake Erie has the best Walleye fishing in the world. Head boat charters are much less than charters. Port Clinton and Sandusky is Walleye Mecca.





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Fishing? Lake Erie has the best Walleye fishing in the world. Head boat charters are much less than charters. Port Clinton and Sandusky is Walleye Mecca.


Sounds great we are headed there after the stop at finger lakes.

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RGar974417 wrote:

Pa has some really nice state parks and historic sites. Some of our favorite state park campgrounds are Locust Lake,Pine Grove Furnace,Bald Eagle Lake and Promised Land. State historic sites like Drake Well Museum,Strasburg Railroad Museum and The Pennsylvania Militaary Museum are great.


Thanks we will keep our eye open when traveling through PA. and check them out. We have gone ahead and made reservations at some private
rv parks.

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There is also a very large amusement park at Sandusky. Cedar Point has many roller coasters and is a destination for many folks. They have a nice camping area full hookups, and if you like wine Ohio Islands have some very good wineries.



Debbie wrote:

We have been looking forward to this trip for a long time. Retired in Jan. Would have liked to not have to plan so far ahead and just travel and stop where we wanted. But the East coast seems to book up fast for summer, and eating Lobster is on my bucket list. I also didn't realized the mind boggling trying to figure out what route to take. Now if we can just keep the Tornados from destroying my RV we will be great. Had a close call last night. More tonight. Yuck!


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Thanks bigred1cav my husband is already suggesting I just drop him off there. He loves roller coasters faster higher the better. He forgets he’s not a teen anymore. I can’t handle them. We are discovering that the US has more wineries and breweries then we ever knew. And we are originally from CA. Thanks again.

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Just wanted to Thank everyone for all your suggestions. We are one day 5 of our 3 month trip. Cave City, KY Mammoth Cave tours tomorrow. Loved the drive today so green, lots of trees ?? Next stop Wright Patterson AFB, so hubby can get his airplane fill at the museum.

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