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[–] auto_turret 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

It's like a 24-hour lub-dub heartbeat. Neat.

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[–] Retron 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Wyoming looks nice and quiet. Is there a lot of good camping and hunting ground there?

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[–] TheBuddha [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Absolutely. You have the start of the mountains, the edge of the plains, and it is where Yellowstone is mostly located. Yellowstone's largest portion is in Wyoming.

If you find the Maine/New Hampshire border, I'm up in the upper left area. It's another area with remarkably little traffic. I dealt with traffic for my whole career, so now I tend to avoid it. Montana is nice, as well. Parts of Colorado are still great. Parts of Northern California, inland Washington, and Northern areas of Nevada are also not bad. Of course, there's also Alaska.

Mostly, if you stay away from the coasts, large bodies of water, I-80 or I-40, you can do okay. Most of the north/south interstates are near water or the coast, at least for the heavily trafficked areas. Parts of lower Indiana are nice, W. Virginia is nice, and Tennessee is pretty good once you get out of the cities.

Err... I modeled traffic and have done a whole lot of traveling. But, those are some nice areas to find good rural living. Be prepared to drive long distances. It's worth it, in my opinion.

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[–] Retron 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Thanks for the info. Never been to the States, much less traveled there extensively. I was curious as I hardly ever see Wyoming mentioned, even in the hunting/camping shows I watch (which mostly feature Montana, Colorado, and Alaska).

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[–] TheBuddha [S] 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Yup, the 24 hour day is a myth. It's a vast conspiracy.