So, I've had my Model S P85 for almost a year, and I've bragged about how it can roadtrip just like an ICE, with a bit of planning. But now I'm starting to panic. Why? Because we leave for a week-long roadtrip tomorrow morming, and one leg of our journey in particular is keeping me up at nights (literally!): From the Virginia Supercharger in Glenn Allen, Virginia to the Greenbriar Hotel in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. A quick Google Map of that leg only shows a distance of 193 miles...No problem, right? However, when I check on EVTripPlanner.com, it calculates that I will use 268 miles of Rated Range to go that 193 miles (mostly due to elevation changes in the mountains there). I've checked, and there are precious few charging options along the way (the most prominent being 110 volt outlets at truck rest-stops!). Hence, the panic! What are your thoughts? Have any of you done that trip? Should I pull the plug on taking my Model S (no pun intended)? Or should I just drive slowly and cross my fingers? All thoughts & advice appreciated (Incinentally, on the EVTripPlanner site, I noted my P85 with 21" wheels, estimated exterior temperature of 35 degrees/internal temperature set to 68 degrees, and also included 350 pounds of payload - Wife, two children, and several suitcases).