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Luana Schneider
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« on: June 17, 2009, 03:44:14 pm »

Met a gal at a gas station in Oklahoma on our way to the United meeting and she was wondering what area had the best and most wheeling opportunities--be it East of Dallas area in Texas or just north of there in Oklahoma.  That is a major factor as to where they want to move.  I told her I would put on inquiry out there--she currently does not have an e-mail address.  Send info to Andrea Szulwach, 3024 US Hwy 401B, Raeford, NC  28376.  Thanks
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Peter Vahry
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« Reply #1 on: June 18, 2009, 08:24:37 pm »

Hi Luana, an interesting question and probably no easier to answer that the one about which is the best tire!


Thanks for attending another UFWDA meeting.  If airfares had been as low a few months ago as they are right now, then I might have joined you in Texas. Right now I can book a return flight to LA for NZ$1000 which is about US$640.

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Peter
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« Reply #2 on: June 22, 2009, 11:15:01 am »

Luana

I would agree with Peter, as this is a very tough question.
I have never wheeled east of Nevada.

But if she did not mind snow, Colorado and Utah have some great wheeling.
If she wants warm or mild weather in the winter, then come further west to Nevada or California.

I know those are out of the range that she was asking for, but a few more suggestions.

Todd
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