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Not hauling a vehicle behind or going to Yosemite. Earlier posts to my question got us to cut out the jaunt over to San Fran. Doing short stops at lots of sites to get a feel for what we'd like to come back and see:

3 days to get to Carlsbad and overnight.
Calsbad Caverns
Camp somewhere between Carlsbad and Four Corners
Four Corners ("short" stop then on to...)
Petrified Forest (overnight)
Grand Canyon (south rim, camp outside park)
Hoover Dam & Vegas (camp in Vegas)
Somewhere between Vegas and Salt Lake
Jackson Hole over night then north through south entrance to Yellowstone
Yellowstone (2 nights, have to switch from Fishing Bridge to Bridge Bay, reservations made)
Take east road out of Yellowstone and stop somewhere between Yellow Stone and Devil's Tower
Devil's Tower over night for pictures at different times of the day
Mt Rushmore over night for pictures at different times of the day
4 days to get home stopping wherever we decide to stop

We have 17 days total. Been searching web for more tips and glad I found a write up on the Bighorns. I originally planed on taking 14 over (west to east). No way I am doing that on our first trip with an rv and will take 16 instead.
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