I will be going to Seattle in early September, and I would like to drive if possible. Here is the difficulty: I've got time constraints. I will be at an expo in Seattle 9/4-6 (Fri-Sun), and I've got a wedding to attend back in Pennsylvania Saturday 9/12.
For research purposes, I plotted the course in S&T 2009 and it gives me a travel time of 4 days, 9 hours (about 2900 miles) given average speed, a thirty minute break every 4 hours and driving hours of 9AM to 5PM. I had the idea to take the more scenic US-2 rather than I-94/90 which will bring my travel time to 5 days, 2 hours given the same options.
I plan on leaving Saturday, 8/29 which will get me into Seattle on Thursday evening 9/4 via US-2 or Wednesday afternoon 9/3 via 94/90. I'll be traveling back on Monday 9/7 and should arrive in PA on Friday 9/11.
I'm looking for a sanity check here. Is that even possible?
EDIT: I will not be taking US-2 all the way, as I'd like to avoid heading into Canada for now. I would be going via I-80 past Chicago, then north to US-2 at Grand Forks. Then straight west.