Tesla Motors is currently building out 2 east-west Supercharger routes in the Pacific NW, one along the I90/94 corridor and a second one in Canada along Trans-Canada/Coquihalla between Vancouver and Calgary. At the moment the only connection between these 2 routes is through the Burlington, WA Supercharger. Tesla Vancouver has been talking about a Supercharger in the Kelowna, BC area and I've been thinking that if Superchargers were built in Kelowna, BC, and in the Omak, WA area, this would work very well for connecting the 2 east-west routes. Distances between locations: RouteDistanceCommentHope to Kelowna150 mi (240 km) Hope Supercharger planned this summer.Kamloops to Kelowna105-130 mi (170-210 km)depending on route choice - Kamloops Supercharger planned 2014.Revelstoke to Kelowna125 mi (200 km)Revelstoke Supercharger planned 2014Kelowna to Omak, WA125 mi (200 km) Omak to Ellensburg160 mi (260 km) Omak to Ritzville143-162 mi (230-260 km)depending on route choiceOmak to Burlington178 mi (290 km)via SR20 - closed in winter.(distances taken from Google Maps). I don't know the Omak, WA area, so I'm not sure if it is the best location for a Supercharger. Perhaps Brewster, WA or Pateros, WA would be better, especially considering the considerable climbs out of the Omak/Brewster/Pateros area in the directions of the US Superchargers (the route to/from Kelowna is less challenging). Is there any interest in connecting the 2 east-west Supercharger routes through Kelowna and Omak? Is anyone familiar enough with the Omak area to suggest which town would be the best location for a Supercharger (based both on distances and amenities)?