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I am ready, will cross 3/4 of the continental US in my teardrop for a permanent relocation, my gear will be my 4 runner as tow vehicle, a Coleman 502, Coleman 513 for cooking, and a Coleman Northstar ( The 1964 Petromax 500 CP will be the backup) for light. We will spend two weeks visiting some places, and I hope will be able to post updates on the go. 2 dogs, 1 cat and 1 sister will be traveling with me. I already did the canonball run a couple of weeks ago driving 45 hours to leave my house stuff at the destination.

I feel like this is going to be memorable.
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What is your ultimate destination? If you're gonna come through Tucson stop in and say hello
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Cool! From where to where?
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Ill be leaving Colorado/Utah border, cross new Mexico, Texas, Mississipi, Lousiana and Florida as final target.
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Safe travels and have fun Werner!
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Safe travels!
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Well, if you find yerself in Enterprise, OR, you're really, really lost!

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Safe travels, Werner! Too bad I never made it over the hill to meet and visit with you.
Hopefully we can follow you across the country. If not, let us know when you get to your new home.
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Road trip adventure!!!
Please post pics, as down here I can't imagine the landscapes you will travel through!

Enjoy your journey to your new future Werner!


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Keep your eyes on the road and your hands on the wheel. :) . Sounds like a great trip and keep us informed of your progress.
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Sounds like it will be a adventurous trip Werner! Safe travels!
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Fun trip Werner! Go slower if you can! There are so
many sights to see on that run. My Dad and I made that trip , actually from Bradenton Fla. to Modesto, Calif....and back in 1975 . We took two months and camped out in the back of a camper shell on the back of a F100. Could have been three months if I hadn't been hellbent to get home to a girlfriend that broke up with me a week after I got home. Birtch! Anyway , what I was going to say is that at least you are doing it in fall. We came back end of August and when we re-entered the humidity it was like moving in hot soup. Man I hope you all can handle humidity ... it is rough if you are not accustomed to it.
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I grew up in Lima Peru, imagine a semi tropical seattle mixed with San diego weather, around 90% humidity was normal.

I am planning on going at the speed limit just to be safe. Will try to ride highway 20 or 10 to stay warmer.

After 23 years in the rockies, Im ready to go back to the ocean. It's my thing.
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Hope you enjoy the trip Werner, and when you get there that all goes well with the new home and job.
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When I get there, I will be hunting coleman stuff.
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East bound and down, loaded up and trucking... Safe travels Werner!
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Weirdnerd wrote: Wed Nov 10, 2021 1:45 pm I grew up in Lima Peru, imagine a semi tropical seattle mixed with San diego weather, around 90% humidity was normal.

I am planning on going at the speed limit just to be safe. Will try to ride highway 20 or 10 to stay warmer.

After 23 years in the rockies, Im ready to go back to the ocean. It's my thing.
Close. I grew up on Okinawa, Annapolis , MD and Bradenton /Sarasota . All three places salt water.... 31 years in NY and 8-10 hours from the coast. I'm ready ...my better half isn't... :cf_beatdeadhorse:
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Im around 45 hours from the closest beach...😂
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Man, the amount of paperwork. USPS mail forwarding, electric and gas, trash and sewer, FAA, glad a friend of mine agreed to hold my mail while Im addressless, im a bag of jitters. Tomorrow I ride to NM.
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THE home on the go

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Ah yes, the teardrop! Glad to see it is heading home with you, Werner. You have posted some nice pictures of it through the years. Safe travels!
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I had to pay an arbitrary " half value" to my ex, so now it is 100% mine. This camper was my home base while working out of town. Saved me thousands on hotel stays that I did not pay.
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Had a crazy day yesterday, had to empty the house by 8 AM ( home was bought and delivered by 8 AM, bad planning on my side.)

Got to say goodbyes to a neighbour, then drove from grand junction to Denver, Vail to Eisenhower tunnel was snowing all the way, the cat was roaming the car, stopped by Idaho Springs to get a mountain pie ( pizza- Beau jo's Pizza) as a goodbye to Colorado. Tried to camp at Chatfield and Indian Springs ( Sedalia) but campsites were full/closed, so spent the night at Rampart range on Pikes National Forest. Lots of skiddish deer and Elk. No picture. Upon arriving passed out at 730 pm.

Had pizza and espresso for breakfast and a long walk with sister and dogs. We had a blast.

Now we are planning to camp at a place with showers. 😂.

Pups went nuts with the chipmunks, but followed commands and there was no carnage.

Temps went to 20 degrees at night but the teardrop is insulated and slept very good. No condensation inside other than the windows frozen inside.
The Squirrels are up to something....

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Have a great trip!
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Keep us posted. Safe travels.
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Good to hear you are on the road, Werner. Based on the mountain wave clouds I’ve been seeing, the high country has had some snow the last couple of days. Hopefully you have better weather the rest of your journey. Enjoy the time with your sister and be safe.
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Fun adventure, for sure!
When I retired, I took my full size Suburban on a 6 week, 6k mile trek to CA and back. Turned off the radio after about an hour or so, and just enjoyed the peace and quiet and the beautiful country we live in. Slept in the truck with a stay at friends or motels every third day or so. I honestly hated for it to end, but the wife was good enough to let me go while she still was employed, so I returned and said how much I missed her and had to come back early!

Grand Junction is a very pretty place, have a good friend there, but we also live in Florida half the year, and the winter warmth gets addictive as do walks on the beach. We're headed there Thanksgiving day.
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Just visited Uncle Zorg, and auntie Galaxar in Roswell.... : :lol:
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I bet the stowaway squirrels enjoyed Roswell...........
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Weirdnerd wrote: Mon Nov 15, 2021 3:44 am Just visited Uncle Zorg, and auntie Galaxar in Roswell.... : :lol:
🤣 Sound like some far out relatives, Werner!
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Werner, I'm glad to see you're enjoying your trip; I wish you continued safe travels.
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So far so good. Getting through Sonora in Texas and Im just camping in a campground I'm sure it was hip during the Truman administration. We are the only ones in the place. Even the dogs are puzzled about it.
The Squirrels are up to something....

If you need a Sun Flame Generator Model 100-107 ( for Sunflame lanterns models 105, 106, 107 and 110) give me a PM, I have close to 80 of those, 15 bucks each.


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Well I was the only one at the campground, nice place, woke up and saw lots of deer footprints around the camper but never saw one, also cat ( as in house cat) footprints on top of the truck. Got the best spot under some pecan trees and slept very well. Tonight Im camping outside Houston and tomorrow will go to Galveston.
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Ok, you had deer milling all around camp and even a cat showed up to walk across your vehicle. Gotta ask a question, Werner, where were the dogs when all this was happening! 😄 Sounds like they were sound asleep 💤
Where do you camp ‘outside Houston’?
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I am at west houston RV park. It is massive. Tonight Im going to Galveston...I like the beach.

Dogs were asleep. Me too.
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Sounds like a cool adventure! I live in Mexico Beach Florida, if you come through Ill buy you dinner! Safe travels!
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Im at Galveston, very humid and temperature in the mid 60s. My dogs were puzzled that water is salty, first time they see the ocean, ran on the beach a lot, one of them really likes sand pipers and wags like a helicopter. Some funny looking black birds gang on the dog food, so I had to put it in the teardrop. Got a little sunburned too.
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Now arrived to Lousiana, eating boudin with cracklngs. Tastes good.
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i hope your snapping a few pics Werner .
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Weirdnerd wrote: Wed Nov 17, 2021 5:30 pm I am at west houston RV park. It is massive. Tonight Im going to Galveston...I like the beach.

Dogs were asleep. Me too.
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Im doing a slow cannonball run. Never know where Im stopping for the night. Im following mostly rv friendly places.
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SteveRetherford wrote: Fri Nov 19, 2021 11:45 pm i hope your snapping a few pics Werner .

I have several good ones. Will try to convert them soon to fit the forum.
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Sounds like you are enjoying your trip, Werner. Enjoy the warmer temps cause we’ve had some chilly weather here in Colorado. Nothing too cold but winter is coming. ❄️
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Here last night was brutal, 60 degrees...😂
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Camping at Indian point in Gautier Mississipi. Really nice place by a Bayou. Found it by signs on the highway.
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Now just arrived to Florida, just 30 miles from Tallahassee, Im camping in a place called Talquin lake, beautiful place, I don't have my BB gun to shoot at the mosquitoes. Covered the dogs in bug repellant, they were not amused. ( neither the dogs nor the mosquitoes)
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Sounds like you made it the your new home state, Werner. Yea, the skeeters can be pretty bad back there. At least they’re big so you can hear them coming a ways away. 🦟
Mark
*Stargazer*
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