Made it to TX from ME with 17 Supercharger stops in three days with no destination charging (because dogs). On the way south we did break it up with a couple-day visit and a couple RN’s to the nearby Supercharger but mostly 110V charging between days 2 and 3. Average Wh/mi was 462. Rear HVAC was on most of the time (because dogs). Temps were 70’s - 90’s, wind was light and either a tailwind or crosswind. In LA and TX the ventilated seats were a nice touch but loud on setting 3 so usually ran on 2. Longest leg was from home with 100% to Seabrook, NH at 180 mi, 85% battery. Next longest was between Meridian and Slidel was 170mi, 87% battery . The Future Hattiesburg Supercharger would mean not having to wait for charging above about 80%. Charging would typically start at about 110kW but then quickly decline to 60’s. We tried changing chargers when we noticed the handle was very hot and that would result in higher kW but only for a few minutes and not worth the time taken to move the car. Sometimes charging would start with reduced HVAC power due to battery cooling (that fan is loud!). The rise in SOC was nearly linear to 80%, always around 300mi/hr+\-5, so I managed to get over my power anxiety. We did not find convenient hotels along the route which both accommodate dogs and have outdoor sockets or chargers. With TeslaLog logging switched off at night there was essentially no vampire drain on 17.24.30. Life on the Gulf Coast would be easier with a DC fast charger nearby or an overnight 220V–had to top off at a hotel Destination charger while eating a takeout lunch and otherwise stay tethered to the house 110V. Heading back north we may have rain but that may also mean less HVAC. Replacing Chattanooga SC with nearby Cracker Barrel CHADEMO stop (because dogs).