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Road Tripping from New Orleans, La to Seattle, Washington

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Hey Everyone, my wife and I are taking a road trip from New Orleans to Seattle. We are planning on embarking on our journey mid August of this year. We know we will stopping to stay with friends in Denver, so that is basically the route we will be taking, through most of Texas, Colarodo, Wyoming, Idaho, Portland and finally Washington, and there we will be staying for a 3 month work assignment.
If anyone has advice or tips on cool, interesting maybe less known spots along the way, please share your knowledge. My wife and I are very adventurous, and love the outdoors. We are also pretty much up for anything and love quirky things.
If anyone has any advice it would be greatly appreciated.

Jesse and Colette Martin

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