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what adventures does everyone have planned for the new year Huh
Margie hasn't seen Grand Canyon, so we'd like to go there. Might as well catch a bit of Utah too.
Other than that, the warmer months will be spent camping in forests of Arizona. 
Fewer miles this year, more kickback time.
Not exactly "planned," but Baja is on the list.
East coast from Vt. to north FLA, meet with friends, maybe return northward west of Appalachians ...or who knows.

Had considered RTR, and visit friends in NM, maybe next year.
Going to central British Columbia for a music fest called "Becoming Shiloh" camping is free when you buy you ticket.
https://becomingshiloh.wordpress.com/
A homeschool conference in the BC Okanogan and of course the reason we live is to boogie board in Tofino
Kayaking at Succia island in the San Juans Better just admit it right now... we are spoiled rotten
I must go back to Lake Erie. I always feel rejuvenated there. The super big plan is New York City! Liberty Harbor RV Park in New Jersey advertises it is closest to NYC. It is pricey, pricey, but it will be better than a hotel for the little dog and me. If I could get the time off work, I'd like to go to Mr. Loo Reads GTG in PA.
touring Alaska has been on my mind
I've been thinking about Yellowstone for Sept, Grand Canyon for Oct, North AZ for Nov and Quartzite for Dec/Jan. Maybe some over the top dreaming but that's my plan.
I live and travel in a 600 mile corridor from Yuma, Arizona to Durango, Colorado. This year I am going to explore more of Utah and Colorado. It is very difficult for me to return to places I have spent, what I consider too much time or have become too familiar with.
(02-18-2016, 10:53 AM)TFToyhauler Wrote: [ -> ]I've been thinking about Yellowstone for Sept, Grand Canyon for Oct, North AZ for Nov and Quartzite for Dec/Jan. Maybe some over the top dreaming but that's my plan.

That's a pertty good plan but I might make some changes. October is okay for the Grand Canyon but too cold for Northern AZ. It's at 7000 feet or ore and November is cold. But it's the perfect time to visit Zion NP. The shuttles have stopped and you can drive back into the Valley and the leaves on the Cottonwoods are turning. BEST time to see Zion, cool but not cold.

I'd strongly suggest seeing Sedona, fantastic place! November can be too cold also and October is better.
Bob
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