Well no, I wasn't originally referring to you. I took it as kind of an idle question, but I was saying it sounds like the kinds of things we've all been hearing for the past several years from the naysayers.
"can't be fast"
"can't go 200 miles"
"can't leave your city"
"can't charge quickly"
"can't drive coast to coast"
"can't be affordable"
"can't do semi trucks"
As each thing is overcome, they just keep coming up with the next complaint that's just a little farther out. This "can't do a trip to Alaska" is kind of scraping the bottom of the barrel of the next thing electric cars supposedly "can't" do.
Oh, you seriously are identifying with it? People do that "all the time"? So most of the people you know have done this every year? I don't happen to know anyone who has done it ever, so it seems kind of unbelievable that people do this all the time. It seems like a really obscure, rare, adventurous thing that hardly anyone does.
Sure, so is moving a house full of furniture, but that doesn't need to be a standard capability of a standard market family sedan. You can rent a U-Haul truck for that rare occurrence of moving furniture, and you can rent a Land Cruiser for that much more rare event of driving through the Yukon Territory tundra to Alaska.
I hadn't bothered before, but @mspohr
got to it. None of these things "can't" be done. They just take longer. I wish I could remember that one guy's username who is a Tesla owner in Alaska.