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Oct 5, 2015 - final thoughts from Debi

When you travel it is always the road that takes you where you are going. It is not just about where you have been or where you are going but the adventure of the road you are on. Our road experiences included roads so remote that you may not see another vehicle or a house or a telephone pole for 100 miles or more. We have been on roads that you can see across the flat land to the horizon with nothing but fields of corn or sunflowers or grain. We have been on roads called the Alaska highway, the Dalton road, the Klondike Loop, the Top of...

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Oct 5, 2015 - Final thoughts from Jim

WHAT A GREAT COUNTRY WE HAVE. We have experienced many wonderful things traveling the roads of the US and Canada. From the Minutemen silos in SD to the corn covered plains of Canada; through the Rocky Mountains to Dawson Creek and milepost 1 of the Alaskan Highway; up the Klondike Loop seeing Wood Bison and goats and black bear; through the Yukon with a population of only 33,000; over the Top of the World Highway into Alaska at one of the smallest border crossings; to Fairbanks and up the Dalton Highway staying at a Forest Service...

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Jun 9, 2014 - Pete & Charlene's Freedom Trip Begins

We Left home at 6AM and arrived at our first nights stop Forest Campground Le Roy, NY just after 3PM. Departed for my sisters in Lindsey, OH 8AM. Needed gas 3.89 gal. Getting onto 89/90 going thorough the toll lane I got a new unpainted/unmarked post with the right side mirror. (big bang big noise from right side passenger) Fortunately the bubble mirror didn't brake. Between the bubble and the back up camera the trip says on schedule with one unhappy co-pilot. Arrive at my sisters about 4:30PM. For most part good first two days.

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Sep 18, 2013 - LeRoy and the Family

The drive from Clayton to LeRoy was a pleasant 210 miles through farmlands and lovely small towns that are common in northern New York. We arrived at the Frost Ridge Campground and settled quickly. This short stop of three nights has two purposes; visit with friends and relatives then sightsee the Jell-O Gallery. Our Canadian friends, the Dippels whom we visited this time last year, were camping near. The Letchworth State Park is about 28 miles away from us and is one of the most beautiful parks we've seen and is known as "The Grand Canyon...

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Oct 12, 2011 - LeRoy & Letchworth State Park- New York State

Thursday We moved on today with only a 58 mile journey to Leroy, this was after taking the RV in for a quick check over on a few things after it had been in storage for 5.5 months. Beautiful campsite which we seem to have a very large area to ourselves but it won’t stay like that for long as it is Columbus Day this coming Monday so it will be very busy. After setting up we drove into Leroy where we visited the Jell -O museum walking down the Jell- O brick road to get to it. Leroy is also where they built the first women’s university in...

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Oct 12, 2011 - Rochester- NewYork State

Went into Rochester today about 28 miles from the campground, first stop was “The House of Guitars” counts Motley Crue, Aerosmith, Metallica, Jon Bon Jovi and Ozzy Osbourne as some of their customers. Today the musical mecca in Rochester & calls itself “The World’s Largest Music Store”, 11,000 guitars ranging from $60 to $50,000. Stocks just about every brand of instrument ( if they don’t have it they will order it ). Well guess what after having been in the shop for nearly 2 hours & trying loads of guitars out Wal bought another guitar but...

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Oct 12, 2011 - Sodus Bay & Chimney Bluffs State Park

Sunday- Drove up to the Seaway Trail the other side of Rochester to drive to Sodus Lighthouse, the Seaway Trail is the nearest road that runs alongside Ontaria Lake. It was just over 40 miles to the lighthouse , it showed the place where the original one stood. Then onto have lunch sat over looking the lake, got talking to a couple who told us some places to visit in Canada all for another trip. Then onto Chimney Bluffs State Park what an incredible place walking along the shoreline amongst all the fallen trees it was like looking up to...

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