Hi guys, I'm getting ready to leave from New Brunswick to British Columbia next week, and I'd like to take the 2 West from Michigan (crossing in Sault-Ste.-Marie) to Idaho, before crossing to Canada and continuing to Vancouver. I may even go all the way to Seattle before heading North. I've never seen that part of the States, plus it'd be nice to have cheap gas while I still can!
I figure the Northern part of those states is fairly unpopulated, which is good, as I'm traveling with my dog who loves to run, and me, who hates cities and motels.
So I'm wondering what type of route this is, I love meandering 'secondary highways', driving through small towns, and plenty of places to stop and swim, run, or camp for free. Are there tolls on the #2, or is that just on the interstate? Any advice on where to camp, swim, walk the dog; or any neat spots in general to stop at?
If the 2W is anything like from Bangor to Burlington, then it'll be a great drive.
Great site and happy driving