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Last October the forum answered a question about someone who had 60-90 days to travel the USA with a focus on the west, mostly California. In 2014,I too find I have from spring to Labor day (flexable) to leave from SC, heading west, do the scenic southern route and come back the northern route to SC when it is a bit warmer. My questions are:

Is there a good travel book, either by Fordor or someone else who could give me a must see itinerary for the 60-90 day trip?

Is going south west first a better bet?

Is there a better time to mix in the canyons (less tourists)?

I would like to see the canyons, Natches,the Alamo, Mt Rushmore and as much natural scenic beauty as I can.
Thanks for any help....john c

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