There was a list of six fabulous road trips to take this summer; surprisingly
I had drove them all.
Miami to Key West a four hour drive to the Southern Most Point in the U.S.
Pacific Coast Hwy or Old Hwy 1 problem is part of Hwy One fell off the cliff and
has been moved in-land. That is if you don't want to get off the beaten path.
Going through San Fransisco was interesting to say the least.
Mid-Coastal Maine had a lot to offer. Some stretches of the road actually get up
to 55 MPH and down to 20 as you go through a string of small towns.
Route 66 has various names as it goes but part of the old route
is still marked from St. Louis to Amarillo. Don't forget to try some BBQ.
Blue Ridge Parkway across the Great Smokey Mountains just watch for fog.
Didn't stop at Dollywood but I could put that on my list to do later.
Natchez Trace from Memphis to New Orleans, check out Vicksburg and Cafe' du Monde.
Get out and walk the old trace just south of Vicksburg.
Been down Hwy One on the west coast and up Hwy One on the East coast.