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Temp 80's high Seek Destination for Travel Aug. 2011

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We are seeking a great city in the United States to spend 2 weeks August, 2011. We are from Southeastern coast where it reachs 90 days straight of over 100 degree heat index. Traveling by car with spouse and 2 dogs. We like outdoor activities, small restuaurants, small music venues, festivals, etc. We would love opinions of fun cities within U. S. and low humidity.
We are not limited to the selected "tag" states. We are trying to avoid driving to West Coast due to driving time and gasoline from South Carolina.
Thanks,
Ronga

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