Born 1937 and been traveling ever since.
I can give you routes, but not cat friendly acccommodations or local restaurants. It is best to figure out the local restaurants when you get to a place as the restaurant business is hard and even the good ones go out of business periodically. And you can do... See More
I will leave pet-friendly to you to find out. Just do some kind of search on motels in areas that you intend to stop that allow pets. My idea of a nice drive is to avoid cities as much as possible. Particularly, NY and Philadelphia. And also avoiding... See More
(I note that there are two Newports in Oregon. I have assumed that your Newport is the inland one. The map pins in this program assume that it is the one on the coast. If it is the coastal one then my routes are all completely wrong.) Going that way,... See More
If you want to stop at pet friendly places, you need to do that research yourself on Booking.com or similar sites. I usually pick a hotel to stay at that has a free breakfast, and I find that it is best to stop for lunch someplace before everyone gets "hangry"... See More
If you go from Duck down to Nags Head and across I-64, you will cross the Alligator River. On the other side of the Alligator River there is a truck stop which is also a marina. They have a very good restaurant. ... See More
In Carlisle is a sports place (go karts, laser tag), a distillery, some farm markets, a US Army Education Centery, Letort Park (with Fort Letort), Boiling Springs Pool, and three or four museums. You can also visit Harrisburg which... See More