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RE: Displaced Florida Snowbirds Room Here

searching near Corpus Christi You may get a better response if you post in the “RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions” forum. I’ll be following... Thanks to both of you. We shifted plans to Georgia. Maybe I'll post about there. :)
Brassica 08/06/23 11:36am Snowbirds
RE: Displaced Florida Snowbirds Room Here

Hi. Do you manage a particular RV park? Our search found a bunch or parks near Palmdale. We are making snowbirding plans. We are currently searching near Corpus Christi, TX, but we are open to ideas. Somewhere with quiet roads for cycling and a place to canoe and watch wildlife would be boffo. Thanks.
Brassica 07/21/23 12:53pm Snowbirds
RE: Western slopes of Colorado

I never travel in places like Colorado or northern New Mexico without checking my route(s) in The Mountain Directory The Mountain Directory Rob Inside: ** A highway patrol officer in Oregon told us that in the summer an average of one motorhome per week burns to the ground while trying to climb Cabbage Hill on I-84 east of Pendleton. ** :E
Brassica 11/13/22 03:22pm Roads and Routes
RE: How's the trip down?

I-75 and the bypass in Atlanta is major long term construction going on now. I loaded and the Department of Transportation did not show much construction. The mention an I-285 Eastbound project and nothing about I-75. We planned to drive I-75 though Atlanta on a weekend morning. Could you please tell me more? Last year, we drove north from Adairsville, GA to Cincinnati, Ohio on I-75 and it was ok.
Brassica 11/13/22 02:55pm Snowbirds
RE: Are there any snowbird RV parks in New Mexico?

We are plotting a snowbird vacation to NM. Love the state since our car camping trip in late May many years ago. Wikipedia climate reports average lows in Las Cruces below freezing in January and near freezing in February. The altitude is over 3000 feet. I have been trading emails with a friend in Albuquerque. It's a few degrees colder there. He says the cold snaps don't last long, and don't expect a lot of strong storms. I would like to go somewhere to watch wildlife and pedal my bike. I don't know if NM fits the bill. Our trailer is small and it gets smaller as the temperatures drop. Last January in Northern Florida was surprisingly cold. Lots of good advice on this thread, thanks everybody! :) If you are looking for warm Winter weather in New Mexico you will not find much. It is significantly colder in most areas due to higher elevations.
Brassica 11/13/22 02:42pm Snowbirds
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