Here is the deal for for me. I would like to drive around the US of A in summer, solo. I would like to start from where I live, NJ, and drive out west on I 80/90/94 and then drive south through WA, OR, CA into NV, UT, CO, NM and TX. From there I would like to drive back to NJ through, MS, TN, WV. Time is not a real issue for me, but I would like to complete the trip in about 3 or 4 months. I would like to camp out most of the days, while I'm on the road.
Here is the challenge for me though. To pull this off, I will have to continue to work (I'm an web applications developer and work from home.) I figured, as long as I'm in this situation, I might as well use it to fulfill a life long dream to drive solo around the country. But, to work, I need an internet connection. The plan is to drive for about 2 or 3 hours each week day, set up a tent and work for about 6 - 8 hours and move on. I would like to hit as many National Parks and places of interest, as possible during the weekends.
My question is, if this is do-able. Can I get good internet connection every where I go? Any suggestions or comments will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.