In a few weeks, my wife and I are undertaking a road trip from Oregon to Utah to visit family. Most of the drive we will have no issues with range as there are plenty of superchargers and RV park camping along the route. However, there is one small hurdle. We live in Bend, Oregon, which is smack in the middle of Oregon. We are going to drive to Winnemucca, NV, which is either 351 miles or 376 miles, depending on the route. There are no charging stations along either route, but there are a few RV park opportunities. We are planning to leave work in the afternoon and drive to an RV park with a 50 amp plug and camp there overnight and get a full charge to make it to Winnemucca the next day. The preferred stopover is Summer Lake Hot Springs Resort. Its an easy drive from Bend, they got hot springs, they have 240v, 50amp plugs, theres hot springs, they have cabins, and hot springs, beautiful star gazing and hot springs. We like hot springs. BUT... its 252 miles from Summer Lake Hot Springs to Winnemucca, NV, and once you past Lakeview, OR (about 50 miles away) there is pretty much nothing until you hit the supercharger on I-80. This brings me to my question: Should I get into the mental frame of mind to hypermile our P85 252 miles through the desolate, remote region of SE Oregon and NW Nevada with no safety net in mid/late October, or should we forgo the hot springs and camp at a different RV park that leaves us with 176 miles to get to Winnemucca?