Hello all, I found this website on a random Google search and I'm very glad that I did. It's answered a few questions that I had and provided a bit of solace that I'm not the only person that can be this crazy at times.
Anyway, I graduate college in May and for a long time I have been very interested in planning a road trip west. I currently live about an hour and a half south of St. Louis, Missouri, and our rough plan is as follows: drive to and see a bit of Texas, then up to Denver. Meander a bit through the Southwest until reaching San Diego, then drive up through Los Angeles and San Francisco on the way to Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver. Up to Calgary, then down to Yellowstone and across the Dakotas to Minneapolis and south to St. Louis.
I don't know how crazy this trip may sound to anyone on the forum, but everyone that my friends and I have talked about this to think we're crazy. We have a decent car and plan to live a fairly meager existence during the trip. Finally, the trip would have to be done in a month, or two months on the outside.
What do people think? Any comments or suggestions?