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Old 10-29-2020, 07:49 PM   #21
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Wyoming wind is treacherous, I-70 is unpredictable, I
-40 is good, but the Flagstaff area can be a problem. If you haven’t experienced the Grand Canyon, it is a must if you have the time!
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I-40 just had some fun weather in NM, TX, and likely OK. We cancelled a trip because of it(complicated logistics).
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Wyoming wind is treacherous, I-70 is unpredictable, I
-40 is good, but the Flagstaff area can be a problem. If you havenít experienced the Grand Canyon, it is a must if you have the time!
Thanks for the info. Seems like we will have to just go day by day and watch the weather. I definitely want to hit the Grand Canyon. We have not been there yet.
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I-40 just had some fun weather in NM, TX, and likely OK. We cancelled a trip because of it(complicated logistics).
That stinks, sorry you had to cancel. I'm not sure what I was thinking trying to go in November, but it's the only time we had! Hope you can reschedule.
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Thanks everyone for all of this great information. I will take it all in. Sounds like southern route for sure! I'll let you know how it goes.
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I live in Minnesota further north than Indiana and usually have to go through at least two days to get out of cold weather so I drop straight down to Texas as fast as I can and then go over to southern California in the winter through New Mexico and Arizona and head north again when winter wanes going forward to return home on a northern route. I plan this year to head out in January and spend most of February in Texas and South Padre Island to assess where I want to go after.

No guarantees that is a successful strategy. We endured boondocking in 0 F. morning temperatures one year in Gallup, NM.
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