My husband and 2 yr old son are hoping to embark on a summer road trip with my husband's parents in their motor home this summer. A couple of years ago we went to Yellowstone from Ohio and it was absolutely amazing. We basically drove straight to South Dakota nonstop. We spent a week on the road and visited the Badlands, Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse mountain, Cody, Wyoming, Yellowstone, and a couple more stops on the way. This time we have two weeks and I was hoping to add a couple more states or notches in my belt buckle. You see, very high on my bucket list is to visit all 50 states of this great country! So far I have only visited NC, SC, GA, TN, VA, WV, PA, KY, OH, IN, IL, WI, MN, SD, WY, MT, NV, AZ, and HI.
Here is my question: Is it possible in two weeks to drive straight without stopping from Ohio to the Grand Canyon, hit the road and visit either Colorado or Utah (suggestions here please), Yellowstone, and finally finish it up at Glacier National Park? From Glacier, we would drive straight back to Ohio. Feel free to give me any feedback to maximize this trip! Thank you!