Not sure if my first post got deleted, or if it's going through a pending process so if this is a double post please delete it :D
The title says my plans pretty much. Right now, my plan is to leave in late May or early June, I'll be pulling a popup camper with me, and I'll have my dog as well. My plan is to spend a couple weeks to a month in a national forest or two in each state/city until it gets too cold then I'll head south or go back home for the winter.
I may or may not make it back from Seattle to Michigan going through the Dakota's and actually camping, depending how long it takes me to get there and how cold it may be once I'm there.
I won't really have any time frame apart from the maximum time allowed per year per national park, so if I love it in one area, I'll stay there the maximum time allowed.
The reason I joined the site is to look for some advice/tips towards my potentially year long trek around the states. From mom and pop restaurants and places to see, to camp sites off the beaten path that are breathtaking. I do plan on taking a rather straight path from each place to place, but like mentioned I will have no required arrival time so if there's a must see place I may go out of the way.
All advice, supportive or calling me a fool is welcome. I need to look at this from all angles, as this is a pretty big decision.
Thanks in advance.