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    Further... Some pix from our Oregon to Texas WRX roadtrip.....>>>>>

    A few pix from our six day drive down to SE Texas:

    Montana


    Ditto


    Pass on the way to Tower-Roosevelt, Yellowstone NP, Wyoming


    East Yellowstone NP, Wyoming


    Hebgen Lake RV Park, Montana (outside West Yellowstone)


    Flag Ranch Lodge, Wyoming (outside South Yellowstone)


    Somewhere on SR 230, Wyoming (heading towards Colorado)


    More pix to come.

    Thanks for looking.
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    Looks like a fun trek! Crazy how you couldn't use your interior rear view mirror most of the way ahaha.

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    They have paved roads in Wyoming?

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    Definitely interesting when you have to back up using your side mirrors only.

    Having driven a 12' box van when I did parts delivery, it wasn't so bad.

    But it's nice having a rear view again.

    Wyoming definitely had some construction going on, but Montana had the best roads and speed limits out of all the drives (75 on the interstates, and 70 pretty much everywhere else).

    And Montana's roads were unbelievably good.

    Even the little state roads.

    It was lame to leave New Mexico and enter Texas, as the speed limit dropped from 75 to 70 on I-40, and even worse since it was night and the limit is 65 after the sun goes down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by josnroh View Post
    Nice pics.
    Thanks!

    It was a blast.

    Hope to do another one, but this time without all the household goods.

    A pic from the first rest stop after Berthoud Pass (elv. 11,370 ft.), Colorado:



    Berthoud was a little nuts with all the stuff in the car with us, so we really didn't get any shots. That, and there were absolutely no scenic pullouts.

    Here's a panorama shot of the first major switchback on the Loveland Pass (elv. 11990 ft.) in Colorado (did it right after Berthoud), plus a couple more further style shots of the same pass:







    Not only was Loveland a sweet respite from the Interstate, but we saw six WRX/STIs in the 35 or so minutes it took us to drive it. It drew 'em like moths to a flame, ourselves included.
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    awesome pics! i love the ride height!

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