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  • #16
    Originally posted by Miss Vicki View Post
    The Rovers are traveling different directions now, but Mark and I are still enjoying Colorado, of course, since we live here!
    Right now we are at Stagecoach State Park near Steamboat Springs. It is absolutely gorgeous in this area.... only 30 amp with no water or sewer and absolutely no cell service or wifi, but super nice!

    If you are are interested in long drives on winding high altitude roads with stunning diverse scenery, the Colorado Rocky Mountains are for you!
    I want to be there!!!!
    Kathy Adams
    Bryant, AR

    2015-Montana 3610RL
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    • #17
      Originally posted by Miss Vicki View Post
      The Rovers are traveling different directions now, but Mark and I are still enjoying Colorado, of course, since we live here!
      Right now we are at Stagecoach State Park near Steamboat Springs. It is absolutely gorgeous in this area.... only 30 amp with no water or sewer and absolutely no cell service or wifi, but super nice!

      If you are are interested in long drives on winding high altitude roads with stunning diverse scenery, the Colorado Rocky Mountains are for you!
      Rover's? What Rover's..........................

      Well on the other side of the continent, if you prefer sandy beaches all around, beautiful waters from the Gulf of Mexico to the Keys to the Atlantic ocean, warm weather year round, cell service everywhere you might just love Florida too!

      Had to plug our state of Florida.

      Last edited by Montana Rover; 07-19-2017, 06:07 PM.
      Scott Luciano aka Montana Rover
      My better half is Pati aka Sunshine

      Lakeland, Florida

      1-Savior + 3-Nails= 4GIVEN


      2012 - Ram 3500 4x4 Longhorn Dually, 4:10 Max Tow PKG, Sun Roof, 440 HP 925 TQ, H&S Maxx Street Programmer

      2014 - Montana 3402RL, Paramount & Full Time Living PKG, Goodyear G614 Tires, Amish Made Furniture

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Rovinarky View Post

        I want to be there!!!!
        You go girl!!!!
        Scott Luciano aka Montana Rover
        My better half is Pati aka Sunshine

        Lakeland, Florida

        1-Savior + 3-Nails= 4GIVEN


        2012 - Ram 3500 4x4 Longhorn Dually, 4:10 Max Tow PKG, Sun Roof, 440 HP 925 TQ, H&S Maxx Street Programmer

        2014 - Montana 3402RL, Paramount & Full Time Living PKG, Goodyear G614 Tires, Amish Made Furniture

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Montana Rover View Post

          Rover's? What Rover's..........................

          Well on the other side of the continent, if you prefer sandy beaches all around, beautiful waters from the Gulf of Mexico to the Keys to the Atlantic ocean, warm weather year round, cell service everywhere you might just love Florida too!

          Had to plug our state of Florida.

          Haha! I was plugging Colorado because this is the Rocky Mountain Area section.... but Florida is dandy too!
          Vicki Allen
          Byers, Colorado
          2010 Montana 3150
          2017 Ford Super Duty F350 4X4 6.7 Diesel

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          • #20
            We just discovered Idaho. Yesterday we climbed a dirt road cut into the edge of a mountain where we climbed more than 3500 ft. Many places it was one lane wide and no guard rails. At one point we could look up and see seven layers of the road above. Neat place!
            Don Lee
            Full timing with a Madison, SD domicile.

            2012 Ford F350 Lariat - DRW 6.7L Diesel
            2016 Montana Legacy 3720RL with 8 - 150w solar panels, charging three lithium ion smart batteries, 2800w inverter.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Boomer Don View Post
              We just discovered Idaho. Yesterday we climbed a dirt road cut into the edge of a mountain where we climbed more than 3500 ft. Many places it was one lane wide and no guard rails. At one point we could look up and see seven layers of the road above. Neat place!
              Yes, Idaho is wonderful and IS in the Rocky Mountain area! It would be a great place for a Rocky Mountain rally or gathering! Glad you and Bonnie are enjoying it, Don!
              Vicki Allen
              Byers, Colorado
              2010 Montana 3150
              2017 Ford Super Duty F350 4X4 6.7 Diesel

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