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Old 10-24-2015, 05:37 AM   #1
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A year-long road trip @ 70 degrees F.

Don't know if this has been posted (couldn't find it in 'search'):

A Year-Long U.S. Road Trip for People Who Want 70-Degree Weather Every Day - CityLab

Over 13,000 miles in one year. Yikes! But nice weather the whole time.
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Old 10-24-2015, 10:56 AM   #2
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Can't imagine anyone being so sensitive to temperature changes.
Personally, I like the extremes, highs and lows, as it makes me appreciate the moderate temps when we have them.
Even if you could make the trip outlined there, It's not likely that you would have 70 degrees all the time.
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A year-long road trip @ 70 degrees F.

Hmmm, 70 deg at all times. I think that would be hard to do because even day to night time could be a different temperature.

We spent one year at Quartzite and the temp dropped down to 40deg F at night, this was in January though, during the day was nice at about 75 deg F.
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Sands, interesting article. It would be fun to try for the OCD types (me included); however, I think I would prefer my 13,000 miles to be devoted to sampling craft beer!
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Very smart idea to follow the good weather around the country instead of only doing the north to south thing. No doubt many such routes could be made. A person could make other limits such as 60-80 for the highs.
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