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Things to do on road
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I am gonna share those venture names which travelers can enjoy on road like
Make a food passport
Use a cereal container as a small, portable trash can
Ask a local where to eat
Pick state flowers
Let yourself drift off to sleep
Stay overnight at a fancy-ish hotel
These things would be perfect for all.
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Geocaching is a natural fit.
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Does anyone know a medical term for fear/loathing of hotel/motel rooms? The others sound reasonable.
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I'm with you wagoneer, though i've used them on occasion, I've never enjoyed nor have I been able to get comfortable in one, the thought of sleeping in a bed thousands of others have slept on doesn't do it for me.

One of my favorite activities on the road is to pull off at a scenic overlook or other similar type place and cook a meal on the go, gives your body an hour or so out of the vehicle and you're much more relaxed when hopping back in the captains chair to head back down the road.
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Sometimes I like to just sit and watch people. I try and not be creepy about it. I enjoy wondering where that guy is going or what those teens are getting into or whatever my imagination serves up.
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Does that mean you don't wear your clown outfit, Wabbit?
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(09-16-2017, 10:02 AM)TrainChaser Wrote: Does that mean you don't wear your clown outfit, Wabbit?

I gotta say, I got the impression that people were more comfortable with the clown outfit than they are with getting scoped by binoculars from 40 feet away. If you're into people watching and don't like all the confrontations with people asking you what you think you're doing, take off your pants. Its like you magically turn invisible, people don't even acknowledge you're there!(Learn from my mistake though, don't do this around schools at about the time you think recess might happen.(was that too much? I'm thinking that might be too much...))
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No, not too much. And when I did it outside a school (senior education center counts right?); no one seemed to mind, some even laughed so it must have been something else about you Wabbit that set off their alarms ....
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Picking the state flower or any other flower may be illegal. Check the local laws
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I hope to bring metal detector, gold panning pans, easel and oils, Kindle. Have small bag of cards, dice, slingshots. Have cameras. Collecting DVDs for boondocking movies. Started website so I will have a place to store photos taken with pre-mentioned cameras. Plan to get some stretch bands for exercise that needs to start now, not when I'm out in the woods. Cooking is a hobby of ours we are bringing an outdoor propane oven and stove. And cots for naping under the trees and staring at the night sky.
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