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With RVs, the road's less traveled

Soaring gas prices temper spontaneity in the adventurous set

As their long receipt shows, Gladdie and Raymond Coultas limit the number of shopping runs in Maine to save fuel. As their long receipt shows, Gladdie and Raymond Coultas limit the number of shopping runs in Maine to save fuel. (Fred Field for The Boston Globe)
By Nicole C. Wong
Globe Staff / July 14, 2008

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ORR'S ISLAND, Maine - Bill and Barbara Wright sold their house in Georgia two years ago and drove off in their RV with plans to visit 50 states in five years. But record fuel prices have forced them to cut their annual mileage in half, add at least a year to the schedule, and give up their dream of driving ... (Full article: 968 words)

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