Burn, you know I’m in Nebraska, right? Not too far off the interstate, either.
You need a place to stay or just relax for a while, let me know. Not a particularly clean house, but a welcoming one.
You’ll never make it in three days. (Of course, that’s just my opinion, I could be way wrong. However, I’ve gone from Buffalo NY to Snoqualmie Falls WA, and I’m fairly certain you will never make it in three days.)
Nah, with two people driving you can make it across country EASY in under three days. You just gotta know how to handle your gas stops, IE not stopping for 30-45 minutes everytime you need gas, make them under 10 and you’ve got it made. Plus driving 15 -20 hours a day would really get you there pretty quick. Anyway have fun on your jounry.
I made it from Washington, DC to Amarillo, TX in about 2 1/2 days all by myself (except for a couple of hitchhikers that didn’t contribute to the driving).
On a Monday, I drove from noon to about 11 pm with some long stops, stopped just over the VA/TN border. Tuesday I drove from 7 am to 5 pm, and made it to North Little Rock, AR. I headed out Wednesday at about 7 am and made it to Amarillo about 7 pm.
My wife and I have also driven from DC to Maine in about 1/2 a day on several occasions.
I can see crossing the whole country in three days by two determined people. Plue the speed limits out west make it a shorter journey timewise.