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April 10, 2009


Jim & Judy

This site list our most recent trips

Ingrid McCleary

Hi Jim & Judy,

I'm the editor for Tripwiser and I spotted your comments. Your url didn't show up on the comment above so I'm copying it here so others can check out the great places you've explored! https://jcjlkrebs1.blogspot.com/

It sounds like you're on a continuous road trip...Wow! And here I thought I was splurging when I imagined my retirement to be filled with 6 road trips a year!

I may very well use some of your comments in a few of Tripwiser's future blogs, k? If I do, I'll be sure to include the link to your blog as well.

In the meantime, feel free to review some of your favorite spots at www.tripwiser.com or - if you're on Facebook - at Going Places, https://apps.facebook.com/going-places/

Ingrid McCleary

Mike Kole

I found that the Pacific Coast trip blew away Route 66, easily, especially if you have kids in the car. The wow factor for the Pacific Coast is about as high as it gets. For Route 66? You'll hear a lot of "are we there yets".

66 is the most romanticized, but that romaticism took place 40 or so years ago. It's fun for us adults old enough to remember it's former glories, and to take the near-ghost towns and apply our imaginations to them.

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I've done roads trips 1, 2, and 3 and they are all a great treat and scenic drives. I think the next time I make the Pacific Coast trip I'm gonna use a car service and stop at the wineries that I pass along the way. That would be a great time.

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In my opinion number 3 deserve first place!

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