Hello everyone, Recently my father (a retired software engineer for HP) passed away and left me his Tesla Model S P85. I will be picking up the car next week and making the drive across the country using the Super Charger Network as a tribute to my father, technology, and the pursuit of a sustainable future. My father wanted to make the trip but was diagnosed with a very aggressive form of cancer about 3 months ago and was not able to make the trip from Sunnyvale CA to Southern MD. My brother and I are going to make the trip for him. I will do my best to post updates with pics along the way. We would appreciate any suggestions from anyone that has made long trips in their Model S. Of course I am concerned about the high summer temperatures, getting stranded in the middle of nowhere, and just being new to the EV environment. Once I do arrive at my destination on the East Coast, I will be able to charge the car in my own garage thanks to my installation of the NEMA 14-50R, 50A breaker, 6 gauge wire, conduit, etc... ($169.50 in parts from Home Depot plus 3 hours of my time and it is very safe and looks great too). Cheers, Jeff "DadsP85"