i've been to 38 states. two of which (nebraska and wyoming), i admitably slept through. the other 36 i have gotten a legitimate taste of, although there are so many things in each state i havent seen. basically where i'm going with this is - does anyone have any advice for my cross country road trip? has anyone else done it? anything i could learn from your experience? or any reccomendations as to any sites i should see, places i should stop, or random things i should check out in your home state, or something that you would suggest seeing from your travels? i'm down for anything that would include a national park, a spectacular view, any inspirational landscape, a restaurant characteristic of the area, or something absolutely ridiculous - the worlds largest frying pan, for instance. i have always wanted to travel the world, but lately i've been realizing that there is so much to see RIGHT HERE in america. and i want to do it all. oh and i'll be beginning this adventure in december, and i expect that it will go well into january. weather considerations would be appreciated. i know all too well about snow and ice on the road. :\
thank you SO much for all of your help. if anyone ever needs to know anything about the amish country or philadelphia.... you just let me know.