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I read that a wagon train heading west could go about 10-15 miles per day if the weather was good. In a week they could travel the distance that today would take a car about one hour to cover. Is this fairly accurate?
It depended on how many McDonalds and gift shops they stopped at!That figure is pretty much what I've always heard.Abit off subject but while thinking of wagon trains did you ever see that old episode of Twilight Zone called Over The Rim?It starred Cliff Robertson.
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