If you had a bad case of cabin fever and wanted to leave central Minnesota on a KLR on a warm (40°f or higher) dayin March, putting in one or two 500 mile days and end up in an area that you could remove your coat without the danger of frostbite or hearing about wind-chill, where would you aim your bike? FYI: I have thousands of miles on sleds and I can take the cold ride. I have been thru some training that allows me to truly function MIND over MATTER. I am interested in punching out about the end of March, I will get a passport before then. The most interesting locations would be west of here like northern Nevada or Moab but they may still be too cold for the time of the year, or not. I have also considered heading pretty much south until I can safely mail my coat home, is that Arizona, New Mexico or somewhere in Texas? The reason for the passport is, in case I need to go farther south to get the heat, I don't want to be hindered by a border. I have about a month of time off saved to make the trip. I will consider sleeping in a ditch or in the parking lot of a city park to escape. If it is warm and the likelihood of meeting any poisonous snakes is low ,I can crash anywhere. (I have stories to tell). If you have suggestions for routes, please post, thanks for reading.... I feel that I must go, I have one month vacation saved. I may wander, but am interested in any input.