it's been a long time since i have posted on this forum, but in the past I received some good advice here. The only road trip I still really want to take is to drive to Alaska (I may not want to drive back, but I might). I'm getting up in years (77), but my wife and I are still fit, and in good health, so I'm sure we could do it. We live in East TN so it would be a long haul from here. I am thinking of flying to Seattle, or Vancouver, and renting a car for the trip, drop it off in Fairbanks, and fly home. That way we would not be covering any ground we have seen before. We have been to the west on driving trips many times.
Right now I am in the possibility stage, as i am not sure how to get started on this. I have the time, and i can afford it, but what is the best time? is it a good idea at all? Is there a better way? it might help to say I am looking for a bit of adventure.
Anybody done this? Was it worth it? Any ideas, or advice?