I'm an engineer, I don't know how to do short. I'm working on the trip report. Background: after Bush started the gulf war, I grew an intense distaste for the fossil fuel industry. In 2013 I dipped a toe into the EV market with a leased Nissan Leaf. I started watching Tesla and the clean energy movement. In 2016 we turned in our leased Leaf and leased another. We still had a gasser so the Leaf was a perfect commuter and "good enough" for about 95% of our needs. We moved the vast majority of our household miles to electric, on a 120V plug in our rented house. Early in 2016 we got booted from the house we had rented for 7 years. It was the kick we needed to move from "looking" to "serious." We bought a house near the top of a hill with no trees around. I'm sure you can't guess why. The day after we closed the solar guys were on the roof. (aside: the array will be fully paid for by this time next year.) To clean up our energy act, I added that 10kW solar array, converted the 1955 house to electric everything and super-insulated it. Then I added a ChargePoint so we could put even more miles on the EV. All the while I was still eying Tesla and building up a little pile of cash. In February '19 the cash pile exceeded the price of the Model 3 so I did the needful: an AWD Long Range. Four days after order it was in my driveway. Then I saw the supercharger contest. After 7 years of EV ownership, I could still count on one hand the number of Level 3 stations I'd visited. And none of them had been "fun" experiences. A month before the kids got out of school, I created a shreadsheet with all the border states. My kids (boy 12, girl 14) got two fields on the spreadsheet for each state. For each state, they needed to research on the internet and find two attractions they wanted to see and plug them into their two fields. Then I geolocated their preferred attractions and plotted our route around the country. I had purchased 5 of the Tesla adapters so I could plug into darn near anything and charge. We still had to make some concessions to the circumnavigation plan. For example, our route skipped N. Dakota. No superchargers, and we had a 3rd child with us for the leg to Michigan. We didn't have 30 extra hours to level 2 charge at a KOA, a Nissan dealer, and a clean energy place along the way. We also swung above Lake Ontario through Canada because that route had many more superchargers than western New York state. For that jaunt, I blame you, reader of this thread. I'll post later with our trip log.