Hope the shots worked............here is route suggestion. Roll outta West T and get to I-80, blast the slab across I-80, save time and cover miles. At Laramie, WY peel off onto SR 130 and cross over Medicine Bow Pass. 130 will get you back to I-80. At Rawlins, WY grab US 287 North. Runs you through the Grand Tetons, into south Yellowstone and out the West. Just a enough for views, and just long enough to just be getting pissed with traffic. Continue on 287 to I-90 and grab it west. PHOTO CHALLENGE, just before 287 gets to I-90 SR 2 goes off to the left, find the bridge that does not belong!!! Just west of Missoula take US93/SR 200 north and then up the road take 200 off to left and follow to Sandpoint, ID. In Sandpoint take US 95 north to the border. Depending on how you are on time you can just stay on 95 to the border and then continue 95 to 93 and the Ice Fields Parkway and Jasper. However, I suggest a detour, take SR 1 to the Porthill border crossing and go into Creston and take 3 east back to 95 and then go north. Its an hour or so detour that's well worth it, plus is a small and more time friendly border crossing. Continue 95 up to Radium Hot Springs and then 93 over the Kootenay Parkway to CA 1 between Banff and Lake Louise. Ice Fields Parkway to Jasper. From Jasper you can work north to Dawson Creek and the AlCan or head west on CA16 and go to Kitwanga and take the Cassiar to Watson Lake and the AlCan, another highly recommended route. Don't forget to drop down to Hyder, AK and get Hyderized!!! Little over 48 hours and you are gone. 371 days for me!!