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Driving From San Antonio to Portland. Camping along the way. Any suggestions?

 
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idiot.
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Avoid burger bars... may get ketchup stain.
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idiot.
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+1, but I'll help out:

Would that be Maine, or Oregon?
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Avoid burger bars... may get ketchup stain.
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Thanks for the tip.
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Truck stops. They are great! and Sally is usally around to keep you company.
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Yea, also avoid rest stops.


Seriously though, try to go through the Tetons. Lots of camping inside the park. Beautiful this time of year.
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idiot.


+1, but I'll help out:

Would that be Maine, or Oregon?
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Portland, Oregon
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Here's a suggestion, drive off a fucking cliff.
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if u go through california and through LA area , there is a place called Compton where u can safely pitch a tent.
I hope this helps
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Yea, also avoid rest stops.


Seriously though, try to go through the Tetons. Lots of camping inside the park. Beautiful this time of year.
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I am for sure going to Zion, Bryce, Grand Staircase, Tetons, Yellowstone.
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if u go through california and through LA area , there is a place called Compton where u can safely pitch a tent.
I hope this helps
peace
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I lived there already
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Truck stops. They are great! and Sally is usally around to keep you company.
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Whatever you do, don't go west through Los Angeles. Go through Colorado and up over the Cascades.
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Stay off the interstates as much as possible.

I highly recommend the 4 corners area for the visuals, and try to go through Monument Valley.

Stay away from Utah if you can, unless you are already a mo.
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Here's a suggestion, drive off a fucking cliff.
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okay thanks
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Stay off the interstates as much as possible.

I highly recommend the 4 corners area for the visuals, and try to go through Monument Valley.

Stay away from Utah if you can, unless you are already a mo.
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But Utah has great atrractions. Bummer. Four Corners is something to consider
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"The basic difference between an ordinary man and a warrior is that a warrior takes everything as a challenge, while an ordinary man takes everything as a blessing or as a curse."--Don Juan
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Whatever you do, don't go west through Los Angeles. Go through Colorado and up over the Cascades.
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I was born in San Diego and have lived there half my life. I am done with Cali!
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"The basic difference between an ordinary man and a warrior is that a warrior takes everything as a challenge, while an ordinary man takes everything as a blessing or as a curse."--Don Juan
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Avoid Tucson.
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Avoid Tucson.
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Check.
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Ive done San Anton to Seattle several times

Spots I like:

Try this on google maps

1. Roswell, NM UFO museums then due north Big empty road and easy ride to Interstate. head west.
2. Happy Jack, Az- Meteor Crater spectacular and museum, a little out of the way but worth it. Painted Desert and petrified forest are near by.
3. Monument Valley, Ut spectacular you'll never forget it Indian Reservation
4. Moab, Ut Arches National Park, spectacular too
5. First interstate west and then state highway to Scipio, Ut. Easiest and prettiest ride

Then Salt Lake City and through the Columbia River Gorge and that's the best and easiest, no switchbacks and mountains

Enjoy
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Avoid Caribou, Maine.
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Greetings from Oregon.

If you are a libtard, please just a short visit, and then leave.

If you are a Patriotic Conservative, I hope you will stay.

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Take 87 all the way to just south of Canadian border, then turn left! the only path that have every intersection at ground level. Start with 87 the gulf coast then follow it north north east.
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Portland, Oregon
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You kidding? Why do you want to come here? Portland is the stupidest city in the Universe.
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Take 87 all the way to just south of Canadian border, then turn left! the only path that have every intersection at ground level. Start with 87 the gulf coast then follow it north north east.
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]
1998 miles on the same road how awesome is that!
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//... Portland is the stupidest city in the Universe.
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Portland was a wonderful city until the liberals started destroying it (along with our beautiful state) around 40 years ago. :(

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Portland has a great airport, choice a seat on the left side of the plane out of San Antonio (via Houston) see the grand canyon, Colorado river, Rockies and Salt Lake from 20,000 feet only 5 hrs trip.
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Travel during daylight hours so you don't miss anything.
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Portland has a great airport, choice a seat on the left side of the plane out of San Antonio (via Houston) see the grand canyon, Colorado river, Rockies and Salt Lake from 20,000 feet only 5 hrs trip.
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Right side gets all the Cascade volcanoes clear up to and including Canada, most cool
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Breitenbush Hot Springs

A few hours south of PDX, east of I-5

One of the most beautiful hot springs in North America. Natural meadow pools, great steam house, pure vegetarian food. Stay over in a cabin or go as a day guest. It's wonderful.

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