I'm brand new to the forum and am hoping some folks can give me clear-eyed advice as I'm debating back and forth traveling from Alabama to Utah in June. Assuming the shelter-in-place orders have been lifted (they have in many of the states I'd need to drive through), I am giving serious thought to throwing my camping gear in the back of the car and going out to Moab. I'll be eating with food from home (and the occasional drive thru) and camping most of the way. I have a house in Moab that will be cleaned assiduously. Finally, I have disposable gloves, face masks, and disinfectant wipes. That said, I do take the CDC guidelines seriously and have been more or less keeping distance from folks and don't want to endanger my family and others. I am truly torn, but also truly going up the walls. Can I make this work, or do I need to just stay put? If I can get out, do people have recs of good scenic back-route routes for Northern Texas, the panhandle of OK, and/or lower Colorado. Thanks so much, J.