Anyone here in Utah planning on driving to Idaho for the 21 August total eclipse of the Sun? With 4 superchargers along the way (SLC or Lakepoint to start and then Tremonton, Pocatello and Idaho Falls) range won't be a problem even for my 60. NASA has a high resolution interactive map that shows the path of the eclipse: NASA - Total Solar Eclipse of 2017 Aug 21 Trouble is, it is difficult to load to the car's browser and even once it’s loaded the current version of the browser makes the map pretty much useless. Hopefully the new kernel we have heard about will be out before August. I asked a friend at Tesla HQ about just getting the blue and red lines added to the existing map. He said he'd check into it but was not hopeful. In the event that does not happen I loaded this image on my server which shows the portion of the NASA map where many of us Utahns (one report says 10s of thousands) will be headed. It loads easily: http://users.wirelessbeehive.com/~paw/0.jpg Once displayed it can paired up with the car’s navigation screen. Doing that looks like the attached image. Not perfect but as long as I’m north of the bottom blue line (bottom edge of totality) and preferably close to the red line (the center line) I’ll be happy.