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Year around 70* travel & camping

Postby alaska teardrop » Sun Oct 06, 2019 7:16 pm

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Re: Year around 70* travel & camping

Postby robfisher » Mon Oct 07, 2019 7:05 pm

I love maps. I have road maps dating back 70 years and can't stomach the thought of throwing any away. This map is probably my all time favorite map I've ever seen. It even tops the road food maps that I so highly cherish. Thanks for sharing this one. I just totally modified my bucket list centered around this highly thought provoking map.

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Re: Year around 70* travel & camping

Postby knova » Sat Nov 09, 2019 10:00 pm

Avoid Denver if you like predictable weather. We had 4 days of snow here two weeks ago. Today, we set a record high (for November) of 77 degrees.

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Re: Year around 70* travel & camping

Postby KTM_Guy » Sun Nov 10, 2019 10:38 pm

It may work on paper averaged over 20 years. I checked both maps for where is shows for this week and both are in my neck of the woods. The longer map have you going through around Flagstaff AZ, temps this week are in the upper 50’s last week I think a few days didn’t get out of the 30’s. The lower 48 map has you going through Phoenix. This week we are in the lower 80’s. Which is the absolute perfect weather for here by the way. I would also like to see the low temperatures also. I think so people would be shocked how low those could be in the mountains and the desert at night.

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