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Old May 30th, 2006, 09:15 PM
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Help me plan my trip!!

Here is the plan.. Girlfriend and I are going cross country and back in a 95 d-90 with two mountain bikes and two dirt bikes. The plan is to leave nyc next week (wed) and head into canada and then head west going under lake superior into north dakota, montana (hitting yosemite, yellowstone and camping), idaho, then head towards california and drive the rubicon (still open?) then head to moab for a while and then to colorado for a while before heading straight back to ny on I-70. Time frame is rouhgly 3 to 4 weeks. I want to do a lot of wheeling, which is easy to do in colorado, utah and Cali but does anyone have suggestions for trails in other states? Sites to see? Lastly, anyone want to come drive the rubicon is roughly two weeks??
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