FWIW this stage goes through some of England's most exquisite countryside - the Yorkshire Dales.
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the four passes on the NT route might result in me being pushed in front of a logging truck.I did it last summer and didn't particularly notice logging trucks. It's a long way from Kettle Falls to Sherman Pass, make sure you have plenty of water because there's none on the way.
I'm not sure about leaving as early as May 1, weather wise. It might be better to leave a bit later if you can.+1 I left Bar Harbor on the NT in May last year and ran into a lot of heavy rain on the E coast.
2.) The route should be designed to follow “corridors of attraction,” i.e., scenery,I suppose this helps rule out most high crime areas.
cultural/historic points of interest, varieties of geography, terrain, and inhabitants.
Never slept under a car - how did that go?!Grim. the slightest head movement brought a shower of rust and grease into my eyes. When I finally did get a few minutes doze I woke and tried to sit up...
It should go well and safely for you. Follow the route.+1 Particularly the "follow the route" part. Under no circumstances should you cross the border. In my experience ACA maps do a good job of keeping you away from crummy areas in US cities as well. You'll be fine. Enjoy your ride