Well its over, 21 days and 6412 miles. I wanted to pass on some things we did that helped us out. 1. We put all out clothes in the back of our TV (F-150) in plastic bins. That way we didn't have to worry about taking the boxes in and out of the camper every time we stopped. Also, the rain didn't matter. This was a huge for us, especially if you are like me and like a camper uncluttered. 2. Check your tires often. We were overweight (I knew we would be) and we had to get new tires half way through the trip. No issues other than that. The tires were 5 years old anyway. 3. The All Stays RV app is great for getting honest reviews of the campgrounds. Great for planning way before the trip to make sure the places you pick to stay are quality places. 4. The KOA membership pays for itself pretty quick. Look into it if you are going to be making multiple night stays. 5. Bring a multimeter, I usually don't carry one in my toolbox, but Murphy likes to camp too. 6. If you go to Bryce Canyon and stay at Ruby's RV park (which isn't a bad place), the dinner show across the street isn't worth the money IMO; and I love bluegrass and country music. 7. Yellowstone is obviously busy in the summer, but if you get to the gate before 730, you get right in and can see most of the things you want to see before lunch (we did south one day and north the next). 8. I have a ScanGauge II on my truck which tells me the temp of the transmission, its very comforting when it 100 degrees outside and you've been pulling up a mountain for 20 minutes and the transmission is only 205 degrees. Its worth the 150 dollars it costs. 9. If you are south of Salt Lake City and north of Flagstaff and you are at half a tank, get gas. The stations are far apart. 10. I filled a 5 gallon water jug with ice and water and put it in the back of the TV, great for filling up water bottles along the trip without paying $1 per bottle. If you have any specific questions about where went went or trailer/TV questions, just post below and I will be happy to answer them.