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Detour Along the Trans-America Trail

Detour Along the Trans-America Trail

Article by OutdoorX4:

One week before opening day of deer season, I received an email inviting me to fill a hunting spot on my good friend’s private land. The spot was mine if I could squeeze in nearly 800 miles of travel from Denver, Colorado and arrive near Westville, Oklahoma in time for the hunt. With the email staring me down, I quickly mapped a route from Denver east/south-east to Westville. Highways and more highways… expedient but, not how I like to travel. With time ticking, my normal process of laying out a detailed backroad route would not work.  Having previously explored 1,300+ miles of the Shadow of the Rockies trail through New Mexico and Colorado, I had found a solution; the Trans-America Trail (TAT).  An order was placed for the trail map of the Oklahoma portion of the TAT and within minutes of receiving the coordinates I had the route loaded to the GPS.  I requested the time off from work and from family, packed the Four Wheel Camper and was ready knowing I could make it to far eastern Oklahoma in time AND drive it mostly on dirt… Read the full article

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