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we have purchased a nice travel trailor and truck to leave around Missoula Mt where we can use it for touring and for our home - a 26' so good for a couple mainly

We live in Florida but I want to get away from the 40 hr+++ drive to Montana with stops in Columbus Ohio and Minneapolis to see our daughters and family.

Is open jaw tickets the right way to book flights for us to fly out of Orlando or Tampa with stops for 5-6 days in Columbus and Minneapolis each coming and going on say June 1st and returning 10-1.

I know we would get rid of a ton of car driving which is expensive and long and hopefully be cheaper for the airline tickets

please help us to see this is possible and how to book and cost if possible!

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