Has anyone ever travelled the Ohio from start to finish? If so, did you just use maps as a guide or are there books on it? By books, I mean, I own a book called "Road Trip USA" that has 11 cross country roadtrips. I've tried finding information on it, but haven't found anything. It's a trip I would like to do at some point and have no problem just getting out and going (I have the DeLorme maps for all the states involved) and have been on a part of it. Wouldn't even care if there was something with just "the basics" on what to see and do, other than some of the obvious: Cincinnati, Huntington, Point Pleasant/Gallipolis. Also, if you have done this, how long did you spend? I'm thinking both sides of the river, at least a week on each side, not counting any multiple days in some cities. Most of what I've seen of the Ohio is in KY and OH.
I don't need to know everything about the route, but I would like to have some of the basics. I know I can web-search it, but sometimes the best stuff comes from people who have actually travelled it. Thanks in advance for any advice you can give.