Road-Trip Across the Southwest

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Carla618

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Outdoor Magazine has an article about traveling the southwest. "A longtime resident of the Southwest shares her favorite ways to see this region’s geological wonders, surreal sunsets, and wide-open spaces" Here is the LINK

The article mentions a place where you can rent vintage travel trailers. It is very cool. And, their website says you can camp there for $25

Here is the vintage trailer "motel": https://hotellunamystica.com/
 

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There is also a place to stay in vintage trailers in Bisbee, AZ, a charming old town near the Border of Mexico. But not too hot as it is at higher elevation.
 

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Outdoor Magazine has an article about traveling the southwest. "A longtime resident of the Southwest shares her favorite ways to see this region’s geological wonders, surreal sunsets, and wide-open spaces" Here is the LINK

The article mentions a place where you can rent vintage travel trailers. It is very cool. And, their website says you can camp there for $25

Here is the vintage trailer "motel": https://hotellunamystica.com/
The Earthships are very near there too. Linda May lived near there as well, but has moved on!
 

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Thank you for the info we plan to go through the SW into Florida this April...... I want to see as much as possible Hubby just wants it to be over. We/I am working on his attitude. Las Vagas, Lake Tahoe, Grand Canyon, Big Sir, Joshua Tree, And I am still looking for stuff farther East.
 
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