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Old 07-18-2016, 10:09 AM   #21
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I am not a motorcycle guy, but I have it on good authority that the Banks-Lowman highway in Idaho is awesome! It is near Stanley, ID.

I will be travelling this road in early August. I will be staying at the Boise NF Mountain view campground which sounds like your kind of Camping.

Mountain View Campground (Boise National Forest), Lowman, ID |
Again, thanks to everyone for the travel ideas. I have ridden the Sawtooth mountains a couple times and it is one of my favorite rides in the Western US. Stanley is worth a visit all by itself.

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Old 07-19-2016, 12:52 PM   #22
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We have been RVing about six months of the year for about eight years now and put ~170,000 miles on the RV. We have been from Upper New York to Key West to san Diego to Seattle... and everywhere in between. I cannot think any specific place that I would recommend over any other... maybe after a few more years I can make that judgement.

I can recommend one of my favorite Blog, however, that may help you get started. Life on the Open Road Diane, although she has a trailer, is doing what you describe full-time. Go back through her Archives and you will be very pleased with the descriptions of her trips -- particularly interesting (to me) are any of those in the Western U.S.

In addition, there are a (large) number of RV related sites listed in this Forum in several places

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