From the bloggers at Do It Yourself RV.
Whether you get hot too easily or you’re just looking to spend a year living 100 percent comfortably, here’s a route through the U.S. that everyone should take.
Determined by climatologist Brian Brettschneider, this path across the entire country (and Canada) is the most likely to keep your body exposed to a daily temp of 70 degrees Fahrenheit.
The trip goes on for over 13,000 miles – from the southern tip in Texas all the way up to Alaska and then back down and around, finally ending in San Diego!
Surely coming up with a “perfect” path was challenging, as weather is not always consistent. For his data, Brian collected the daily high temperatures from the National Centers for Environmental Information and Environment Canada as well as data from the period 1981-2010 that was available from every U.S. weather station. Then he simply connected the dots and constructed this doable route.
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