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    Re: Completed retirement cross country trip!

    Quote Originally Posted by JWalker View Post
    179 months until retirement. And that’s the type of trip I want to do. Glad you and Connie had a great time. Enjoyed all the pics and updates.

    Hope to see ya in the spring!!
    Make it about 100 months and we can travel together. Think you and Cris are on same timeframe.

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    Re: Completed retirement cross country trip!

    Quote Originally Posted by NYSUPstater View Post
    Make it about 100 months and we can travel together. Think you and Cris are on same timeframe.
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    Completed retirement cross country trip!

    And it shouldn’t be your last! We’ve been across country numerous times! In fact just returned from a 6600 mile car trip to my sisters in Vegas and son in Montana. Take different routes and encounter new sights every time. We live in a huge beautiful scenic country!!!
    We visited/re-visited 5 National parks, a National monument and a presidential library/museum. A second or third visit always brings new adventures


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    Re: Completed retirement cross country trip!

    Quote Originally Posted by NYSUPstater View Post
    Make it about 100 months and we can travel together. Think you and Cris are on same timeframe.
    sounds like a plan. I’m just not crossing any more borders with you. LOL
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    Re: Completed retirement cross country trip!

    That is awesome, especially that you had no major problems!





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    Re: Completed retirement cross country trip!

    Quote Originally Posted by travelin2 View Post
    And it shouldn’t be your last! We’ve been across country numerous times! In fact just returned from a 6600 mile car trip to my sisters in Vegas and son in Montana. Take different routes and encounter new sights every time. We live in a huge beautiful scenic country!!!
    We visited/re-visited 5 National parks, a National monument and a presidential library/museum. A second or third visit always brings new adventures


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    Can't agree more! We live in a very scenic and varied country with new stories around every turn! Suggest everyone get out there and experience it!


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    Re: Completed retirement cross country trip!

    Congrats - sounds like you're living the dream. Now that you have crossed the lower 48, you may be ready to take the drive to Alaska. We have done it twice, and it's awesome. We have been to Newfoundland and would recommend that as well - just realize that it's big and takes at least two weeks to do it justice imho. Jim

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    Re: Completed retirement cross country trip!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Posz View Post
    Congrats - sounds like you're living the dream. Now that you have crossed the lower 48, you may be ready to take the drive to Alaska. We have done it twice, and it's awesome. We have been to Newfoundland and would recommend that as well - just realize that it's big and takes at least two weeks to do it justice imho. Jim
    Thanks for the input!


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    2019 - MS Rally - Marion, MS; AL Rally - Foley, AL; VA Rally - Natural Bridge Station, VA; MD Rally - Woodbine, MD; N. A. Rally - Goshen, IN

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    Re: Completed retirement cross country trip!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Posz View Post
    ...We have been to Newfoundland and would recommend that as well - just realize that it's big and takes at least two weeks to do it justice imho. Jim
    Yes, a big island indeed. We were there for two weeks and only covered the western half.

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