A tad aggressive perhaps? It was a lot of driving. The weather was good everywhere
except the Pacific Coast Highway between LA and San Francisco which was foggy just
over a week ago, and the southbound route from Buffalo to South Carolina on March 1 when
we left during the snowstorm that hit that area. There were cars all over the place
abandoned on I79-US19-I-77 basically until we hit the Georgia border.
There was snow, and the trails were icy, in Grand and Bryce Canyons. Zion NP was
relatively dry but we didn't stay, just drove through it on our way out to California
from Bryce NP.
Shorts were my choice on most days, except in the higher altitudes like the Utah and Arizona NPs.
Some nights were cooler than we expected (at altitudes over 3000 ft.), but manageable.
We managed to complete the drive in 3 weeks.
Another whirlwind tour. We said we wouldn't do it like this again, but there you go.
Well worth it though.
I'll try to post up some pics over the next few weeks.