I'm planning on moving to Colorado next month, and I'll be driving by myself, so I'm looking for some tips on the drive and any fun/interesting things to do along the way.
I will be driving from Baltimore to Boulder in late February. Not exactly the best time to move to Colorado, but that's how it is working out. My tentative plan is to stop in Roanoke btwn Baltimore and Nashville, since that is quite a drive and I won't be able to do that in one shot. I may potentially have a friend coming with me, but we will still probably stop. Is Roanoke about equidistant from BMore/Nashville?
(I'm stopping in Nashville b/c a friend will be there that weekend, and the friend who may come with me knows someone there, I know it's not exaaaactly on the route).
So from Nashville, I plan on stopping in Kansas City, and then on to Boulder. It looks like I can do those drives in one day each. But I'm not too sure, so if anyone knows let me know, what those drives are like and how long they are.
I'm not a big fan of that part of the country (the midwest...MO and KS...sorry if I offend you!) so I'm not sure what'll be along the road, but if there's anything fun, quirky, interesting, scenic, etc. that's not too far off of the highway that would be cool to check out let me know! Also, what's there to do/see in St. Louis or Kansas City, that could take just a few hours. (I don't plan on staying a while in St. Louis, but since I'm driving through there I'll probably check it out a little bit, same with KC).
It looks like from Nashville, I'll be on I-24, then 57, 64, and then the rest is I-70.