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  1. Without adding a bunch of detail (because I am sure you will get a lot of that) let me suggest, since time is no object. I would take this route: From Denver to Black Canyon of the Gunnison to Mesa Verde National Park to Hovenweep National Monument to Moab, Utah (Arches, Canyonlands and Dead Horse Point) to Dinosaur National Monument to Flaming Gorge NRA to Fort Bridger to Grand Tetons (Jackson, Wyoming) to Yellowstone National Park to Glacier National Park to Pompies Pillar to Theodore Roosevelt National Park and then straight south to the Black Hills and Rushmore National Monument. (If time is really no problem, one should not miss The International Peace Garden -- a little north of Teddy Roosevelt Park) There is no reason to stop at Flaming Gorge or Fort Bridger other than the scenery is worth the drive. Another side trip would be to take Highway 14A from the North East exit of Yellowstone to Cody Wyoming. This is (IMHO) in the top five Scenic Bypasses in the U.S.... maybe even higher on the list. (If you do, be sure to take the two mile hike -- above treeline -- to the Medicine Wheel National Monument.) Now for a little editorializing: At the end of this Itinerary, Mount Rushmore will be a great disappointment. It is, after all, merely graffiti on the side of a mountain. It will be very crowded and very expensive. The Crazy Horse dig is less crowded, BTW, but much more expensive (high price/little to see).
  2. http://solutions.3m.com/wps/portal/3M/en_US/3M-Industrial/Adhesives/Product/Catalog/Detail/?PC_7_RJH9U5230GJJ60IS8FSO6Q3GD3000000_nid=C2M4LMQLVBbeJNLB2JSBSGgl And a bunch of videos: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Reclosable+Fasteners&oq=Reclosable+Fasteners&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&gs_sm=s&gs_upl=6568l6568l0l8982l1l1l0l0l0l0l146l146l0.1l1l0 Particularly this one:
  3. While true, a more appropriate word would be "brought" (out of Bankruptcy). It is important to keep in mind that Flying J went "Out of Business" providing free all those things the OP is demanding as a "Right." That didn't do anyone any good. To expect Pilot to paddle down that stream is a failure to understand the symbiotic relationship between corporate profit and customer satisfaction.
  4. We purchased a new 2008 210 Versatile and now have right at 80,000 miles on it. I went out and looked but found no cracks of any kind, anywhere. (I am unsure what a "stress" crack might be.) Would this kind of damage, perhaps, be covered by Roadtrek's five year warranty?
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