I'm not sure how to search for this kind of information on my own, so I thought I'd ask.
Is it doable and more importantly, enjoyable, to drive from San Francisco to Macon, MO in the space of two weeks? Does that leave enough room to see and experience things along the road, or will it just be a tedious race against the clock?
We're planning to start in San Francisco on Sep 12th, get to Telluride, CO on the 19th, for a BB King concert, and arrive in Macon, MO on the 25th. (I have to be in Macon for a photography workshop, but that's beside the point)
We'd like to visit some national parks and do rafting in Colorado, stop along the way for anything that looks interesting, and make it to Macon after an exciting and eye opening roadtrip, and not just a long drive.
Does that make sense?Or should we pick a shorter route?
Thanks a lot,