I am planning a trip with most of my family and possibly some friends to see the total solar eclipse in August. The plan is currently set for Kuttawa, KY, where we would spend two nights at the hotel hosting the supercharger and very likely observe it there as well. The drive should be about 14 hours each way including charging. Of course, we'll be keeping a close eye on the weather forecast so we don't go down there to look at clouds. Is anyone else planning to be in the area for the eclipse or considering it? Any other locations in or near Kentucky you think may be better for a Tesla road trip or gathering to see the eclipse? My dad initially reserved a hotel near Nashville, which I convinced him wouldn't be as good for either the eclipse or charging. I'll be bringing my Celestron NexStar 127SLT with a homemade solar filter (don't worry, it's safe, using this with cardboard and tape). I'll certainly record the event, though not sure how yet. Likely my phone for the human perspective and maybe a DSLR mounted to my scope, unless I decide to keep the scope available to look through. At the same time, I want to be sure to enjoy the experience without getting caught up in capturing it on camera. I've only seen one partial eclipse (Oct. 23, 2014) and this would be my first total eclipse.