I was on this forum back in 2008 to get some advice about a road trip down from Calgary as far as El Paso and back - I got some great help and the trip was - surprisingly... - a massive success, so cheers for that.
Now though I was hoping someone would be able to help. I'm planning on heading over from Scotland to meet my brother and do a trip through the south. The rough idea is to fly to Orlando or Jacksonville, head up to Savannah and then cut across Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi down to New Orleans, and then up through Mississippi to Memphis and up to DC before flying home. We've got about two full weeks to do it and would like to avoid Interstates and freeways as much as possible. Is the trip do-able in that time, or would be just be driving with no time for stopping?
Any advice on the timescales would be grand - and any tips on where to go would be magic as well.