So I will be travelling alone as I make my way back home. I have shipped all the important heavy things and plan on making everything will fit in the trunk of my car. I will be leaving in 3 weeks and I need some insight on my trip planning. I'm a 26 year old pastry chef and I am really looking forward to taking this trip alone.
My budget for this trip will be 2k, any emergencies, my family will save my behind. My car has been completely checked out, its a used Hyundai Sonata that has under 80,000 miles on it. Spare tire in the trunk with mini emergency kit and brand new tires.
I'm a country girl so camping is something I look forward too, I can have a good night sleep anywhere. I haven't camped in years and have no camping equipment. I most likely will eat out of a cooler and filling up as I go. I have literally 60 ice packs and those silver lining things that go in coolersfrom when I would have food delivered. I would like to cook occasionally and my boss has given me a mini generator as a gift.
I plan on stopping in Indiana to see a friend for a couple of days. I don't plan on driving more than 200 miles a day but would like to visit some interesting places, landmarks and national parks. I don't have a deadline on when I need to reach my destination, but I probably shouldn't push it and make my mom cry. My family hasn't seen me in over 6 years.
So please throw me any and all advice! Thank you all in advance!