My husband and I are planning a trip from Georgia to California. We plan to take our time, since we are retired, and want to see as much as possible. We are thinking of traveling Route 66 (picking it up somewhere in Oklahoma. We want to visit the Grand Canyon and move on to California. Honestly we have just begun to plan so I'm not sure where we want to go. Some ideas are Big Sur, we want to see the Great Sequoias, Death Valley, the Sierra mountain Range. We would like to travel back home through the northern states. Having said all this, we are also trying to decide weather we should drive a car (I have a 2007 Volvo and get 22-25 miles to the gallon) or buy a small motor home (our children love to camp so we could use it after our trip). We are debating the difference between taking my car and saving on gas - and having to spend money and look for a motel wherever we go. Or drive the motor home and spend a lot on gas but save on motels and food, as well as, not having to worry about where we are staying for the night. We are looking at some Class C's and Class B's. The B's might be to small but I really don't want to tow a car. So, I have all these questions and would love some input.