So my boyfriend and I are planning a trip in 2015 from Fort Collins to Seattle. We want to go up through Wyoming and into Montana and the upper tip of Idaho before getting into Washington. We're visiting family there in the state. I've never taken a road trip and he's been to Montana and Washington before, it's his family that lives along that side. Now it'll be a round trip and we'll be arriving directly into Seattle, not quite sure which part of Seattle as of yet though. The trip all together is going to take about 12 days, so I'm unsure on if we should come back through Oregon and the upper east corner of Utah and back in through Wyoming into Fort Collins, or maybe even traveling a little further south through the upper part of California, Redding area, before coming through Nevada and coming back through the I-70 through the Rocky Mountains and the western slope here in Colorado, through Grand Junction and everything. I dunno. This trip won't be happening until April, May or June 2015 so kind of just getting ideas, see what need to save up for other than gas and hotels and good places to go in each state whilst traveling.