I'm considering a road trip in May next year which involves driving from Yosemite via the Redwoods up to Seattle in an RV and I'm concerned the distance is too far in my allotted time. I'm also looking at other possible iteneraries.
To begin, I'm flying into San Fran from the East coast with my wife and 1yr old son. After a weekend enjoying the sites we pick up our hired RV and drive to Yosemite for 3 nights, thats assuming I am quick enough to get a campsite in the park on the day these spots are released, the 15th I think.
We have 12 days from and including the day we leave Yosemite to the day we fly out home. The reason I was considering flying out of Seattle is becuase a) my wife is Twilight nuts and so could visit Forks, b) we could see Redwood Forest and the beautiful Oregan coast on the way.
a) Is Yosemite to Seattle along the coast road too much driving to be enjoyable in 11/12 days?
b) If answer is no, what 4 keys spots should we stop at on the way to Forks?
c) If answer is yes, can anyone suggest a better itinerary, I had considered SanFran-Yosemite-Lake Tahoe-Redwoods-San Fran or SanFran-Yosemite-Vegas-Grand Canyon-Vegas
Do you think so much time in an RV with a 1yr old is not the smartest thign to do for a holiday.