First things first. Yes, we are insane.
Now... Pictures speak louder than words. So here is the map.
This is a mammoth 30 day trip which will take us all around the united states to 26 different cities.
Me (a photographer) and a friend (who loves making movies) are going to take this country on in July in our first road trip ever, and our most ambitious mission ever. The trip scopes an awesome 8332.9 miles in an old 1998 Mazda 626 sedan.
Now that our plan is laid out, we wanted to introduce it to a community that is experienced in road trips.
Naturally, money is a big issue, and with the $1000+ gas toll alone, plus $1500 for the cheapest hotel rooms (every other day), plus $1000 each for food makes this a $5000+ trip. Any ideas on how to tone down this epic toll?
Aside from that, What do you guys think about the road trip itself? Any advice?