rides with Rebecca Black.. in the back
- Jun 18, 2004
- Orange California
Duly added to my list I'm working on a revised route based on everyone's suggestions. I'll post it as soon as I'm done.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_Sands_National_Monument
Damn I wish I would have taken the southern route through the south west at least once, just so I could have seen that.
That's Highway 101 right? Check the map, I'm taking the 101 from SF to LA. Or should I see more?The west coast part looks pretty good to me You may want to modify the route so you get at least some of PCH. I think if you tell people you've driven the US and then say "but not PCH" they'd look at you kind of funny.
That's probably the least likely route I'll be taking out of the three, simply for time if nothing else. It'll also be easy to do Florida on a separate holiday, Miami/Everglades/Disney World, that sorta thing. Might be something to consider as a family holiday when I have kids (in about 15 years ). I'd like to do New England as well some day, but I think that'll lend itself to a more sedate trip.I've never been to Florida but from what I hear there's not a whole lot to see, it's flat and full of old people.
Heh, that's cool, I'm looking forward to driving across Iowa. All those fields of grain and red barns, oh-so-Midwest. I'm really interested in stopping at some small town somewhere and chatting with the locals. I hear Iowans are the friendliest people on earth.In the Midwest section you may want to adjust it so that Chicago to South Dakota takes a more northern route. There ain't a damn thing to see in Iowa, going up to Wisconsin and through Minnesota there are at least a couple of big cities to check out.