Drove to Washington & back to visit some grad schools. See here. 13 months ago
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Someday I’d like to drive Route 66.
One day I’d like to achieve it. 13 months ago
My family and I went on a month long camping trip through Eastern Canada, and then back through Maine and New England on the way home… so we ticked off 3 or 4 new states this year! Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont- are all new for me personally. 18 months ago
Just over a year ago i lost my job, lost my gf and decided to take all the savings i had blew it all on following my dream of going on a road trip across the United States. I took with me video camera and a camera cataloging my thoughts, dreams and what i want seen and done. I’m so happy i done this but i’m having a hard time trying to describe what exactly happend when i was out there. I just need that little extra encouragement and incentive to do it
http://www.facebook.com/NaivePanda 2 years ago
I was hoping I might be moving to Seattle for grad school, and in the process would be driving across the country this summer. Unfortunately I didn’t get into UW (although I still think I’d like to live in Seattle at some point) and since it’s more likely that I’ll be moving abroad, I don’t think there’ll be a chance to do this for a while. 2 years ago
I completed my lifelong dream to do a roadtrip across the states. I just begin to make my film unfortunately i took the easy way out and made a trailer first to get an idea of what i was trying to do.
can you take a look and tell me what you think of the film? 2 years ago
I drove from LA to Portland to DC this summer for school. But now I’m in the process of moving back to LA from DC via South (New Orleans, Houston, San Antonio, El Paso, Pheonix). I’m going to take my time on this one; spend at least one full day in each city. One word of advice for those who are thinking of doing this: couchsurf.
Trust me. 2 years ago
3 week road trip. Left Phoenix July 2nd drove to Albuquerque & stayed with my sister Dina’s family, We visited while cooking breakfast. From there we drove up to St Louis, Mo where we visited the Gateway Arch. Since it was the 4th of July we were able to see the airshow featured over the Mississippi River, awesome vantage point from the Arch. After the airshow we scampered up to Chicago to catch the Fireworks Display aboard a boat out in Lake Michigan at the Navy Pier. The next day we drove up through Canada to get to Niagara Falls, Canada. We spent the following day doing touristy things such as the Maiden in the Mist among others. (Beware riding a bicycle across the Rainbow Bridge!)
While in Boston we visited friends & family as well as doing little tours. Freedom Trail, Sam Adams Brewery, Plymouth Rock, Fenway Park. We also drove up to Maine. Maine was a pleasure to visit (thanks Weng’s!) Lighthouses, Lobster Rolls, Beer.
I drove solo on the way home. i chose to do a mostly Baseball tour. I drove down through New York City over to Philadelphia, where i was able to do the Constitutional Tour(especially Ben Franklin)
upon completing my tour I drove across Pennsylvania to Pittsburgh where i saw a Pirates game. The next day I drove down to Cincinnati to catch a Reds game. And finally I caught one more game the following day, the Royals in Kansas City.
Lol I got home Thursday. We took a tiny road trip up to the Grand Canyon that weekend. 2 years ago