Two years ago, my husband and I took an eleven-day road trip honeymoon from California, through Oregon, up to Washington and then back through Idaho and Nevada, before returning home to Los Angeles, California.
It was intense, to say the least. I filmed this newly married journey of ours and turned it into a short documentary (for more info, go here.) We were both newbies to road tripping and our schedule proved to be wayyyyyyy too jammed….
But we learned.
And we’re heading back out there.
This time we’ll be tackling the east coast, starting in Florida, heading through Georgia and the Carolinas, up to D.C., and further north to upstate NY, with a finale in Canada. Passports, check!
And this time we’re doing it in fourteen days and going only one way.
See? We learned.
With our home secure and well-watched, we’re heading out tomorrow, before the sun rises since American Airlines decided to change the noon flight I booked to a six am’er. Who knew those even existed?!
I invite you to come along for the ride with us.
Inside of doing any video documentation (I can’t do that to my husband again!), I decided to do a writing series, complete with photos.
I promise to be truthful.
I hope to learn and pass that on.
I hope to meet people different than myself and I hope to talk with them, peacefully and curiously.
I hope to eat amazing food.
I hope to enjoy every moment with friends and family along the way, appreciating that we are able to be together (I was born and raised in Upstate NY and have a ton of family there. My husband was born and raised in Baltimore and spent a chunk of his life on the east coast.)
I hope to be safe and have a shit ton of fun.
Please join me. Expect posts daily but who knows, with spotty internet. But that will be the only reason a post is delayed till the next morning.
And let me know your thoughts and any fun pointers you have along the way. Especially looking for cool things off the beaten track.
“The wise man travels to discover himself.”
James Russell Lowell