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Pineapple Kid

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On June 1st we will head out of Santa Cruz California to the East Coast for our 10th time. Our primary destination will be Middletown New York to visit Eve's Mother for a week then up to Nova Scotia for a few fresh Lobsters but then what do we do??

We don't have to be back to California until September,
(in our 21 years of RVing 4 to 5 months a year) We have seen all the Major National Parks and have toured most major cities have been to every State more than once and have toured every province of Canada.
We have traveled Interstates I10,I40,I70,I80,and US 2

So give us some hints, Where is that little secret place I need to see that you know about ?

Aloha from Kauai
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If you drop south into Kentucky you can tour bourbon distilleries, do Mammoth Cave....etc.


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I like to use Roadside America when we're traveling.

When traveling thru Pennsylvania stop and see the Yuengling Brewery, it's an interesting tour of America's oldest Brewery.

Enjoy your trip.

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If you like a warm welcome and great scenery: have you been to Newfoundland? Ferry from Nova Scotia is expensive but it's a great RVer's destination.

If you like sun and beaches: Outer Banks of North Carolia? Florida Keys?

If you like history: Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail?


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Have you been to Lower Antelope Canyon near Page Arizona?

We have friends who made an entire trip from west to east without being on an Interstate. We haven't done it yet but plan to sometime. Our friends loved it.


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WOW! Must be nice! Living in Hawaii and been coast to coast 10 times!!!

Something I've told myself I wanted to do if I ever had the money and time is visit baseball parks across the country. Not sure if you like the game, but you could try to visit as many parks along the way as you can.


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impressive camping stats

what are your hobbies? I would target what you love and seek out places to visit or practice your hobby.

like a golfer would travel to great courses.
a kayak person would find great waterways.
a mountain climber would seek out great locations
one camping couple followed the restaurants that Guy on network food channel put on his show they hit over 100 of his review restaruants. see there is something for everyone to do LOL

target a 'theme' and go for it travelling all around finding new places to enjoy that theme.

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NO 1 hint. Get off the freeways.
Route 66
Natchez trace
Any of the old trails, California, Oregon, Mormon, Lewis and Clark, etc.
The original Lincoln highway from NY to Calif.
Weird Roadside.
Mall of America in MN.
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We go back to our favorite destinations more than once. You might do the same. Been to Cedar Point, Ohio the land of the roller coasters?


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