I'm planning on leaving Warner Robins, GA in early May, heading to the west coast, and, once I've found it, turning around and coming back. I don't have a route planned yet, and I figured that determining where I wanted to go and what I wanted to see should probably be the first step in route planning, so I'm making a list based on people's suggestions. My internet travels have shown me that the US is absolutely filled with both beautiful scenery (Grand Canyon, etc) and quirky eccentricities (Carhenge, Salvation Mountain), and those are the kinds of things I'm looking for. Big and small, large and tall, I want to know about anything that you find interesting or beautiful so I can put it on my list! Without further adieu, I present to you the Big List of Shit to See(TM). This is what I have so far: Grand Canyon Yellowstone Grand Tetons National Park Fly Geyser, Nevada Barringer Crater, east of Flagstaff, AZ Salton Sea/Slab City/Salvation Mountain Calpatria, CA Lake Chasm, OR Painted Hills Mitchell, OR Palouse Falls, OR Cloud's Rest, Yosimite, CA Niagra Falls, Canada Route 66 Carhenge - Alliance, NE Largest, heaviest ball of sisal twine - Cawker City, KS Outhouse museum - Gregory, SD Grand Circle (Brice Canyon, Red Rocks) - UT Canyons of the Escalante - UT Highway 1 ride - CA Rhyolite Ghost Town - NV Area 51 Death Valley National Park Deals Gap, NC Redwood National Park Badlands National Park Glenwood Springs, Garden of the Gods, Flatiron, Gunnison, Steamboat - CO John Day River/Deschutes River, Painted Hills - OR Just wondering if anyone has anything to add... I'll also be camping the entire way (or as much as possible), so if you have a piece of land for me to plop my tent down on and/or a shower for me to wash up in, either would be greatly appreciated!