Firstly - wow - what a great resource! The trouble is trying to pull out all this amazing info and fitting it into your own plans.
I've been through a lot of threads about driving around the NW and I'll have a few more to trawl through I'm sure. Especially around Yellowstone, Glacier etc.
My wife and I are flying into Seattle in the middle of June, we're staying for 3 weeks as I really want to spend a few days in Yellowstone and my wife really wants to tour the NW - Vancouver / Seattle / Portland.
There's been a few chats about staying purely on the NW and doing Yellowstone and the BC parks another time but I'm hoping with 3 weeks we can see a lot but not feel like we've had to drive for 6 hours per day.
So far I've thought about leaving Seattle, heading over the N Cascade Hwy and winding across to Yellowstone over 2 days. Hoping to spend 3 nights in Yellowstone before heading north, taking in a few sights before basing ourselves in Vancouver for a few days then making our way down the coast.
So what's the must do / must see? Is there a chance of mountain fatigue?
The trouble with so much info is that you feel you need to see everything - I've 3 lonely planets already - just for this trip and have tourist overload!
All help very welcome - Big scenary is a plus - Great small towns are also good, as well as the must do in the big cities. Any B&B / resorts / hotels that are worth planning ahead for would also be of interest.
I'm not asking much am I?
Thanks a million