I'm looking for your suggestions. In December I wanna leave New York and start heading south, with the goal of reaching New Orleans in February, just in time for the Mardi Gras. So, I have a month or two of traveling, and in between seeing friends for Christmas etc and visiting more fine US cities along the way, I also want some solitude. I have some creative work I need to do (composing music for an upcoming album and editing a book I wrote) and I need to be in a specific mental space to do it - I need to completely cut myself off from the world for around two weeks, no social media and other distractions, and limited interactions with people. My own little retreat if you wish.
So, I'm turning to the fountain of knowledge of the well-travelled skoolie community, to suggest a place I could reach and park with my 40ft Ellipsis. A place with beautiful nature (a lush forest, an empty desert, a secluded beach, whatever, I don't care). Needs to be somewhere in the southern US, maybe Virginia, NC, SC, Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, any of these states would work. I can boondock, I have solar, I can stock on food and water for two weeks so I really don't need much - just a place that is rarely visited by people and will be nice somewhere around late January or early February.
Thank you so much for your suggestions!