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... goodbye to Taz tomorrow. It's going to be pretty tough.
We're very lucky, though, that we have this wonderful trip coming up to look forward to!
Alex and I will be sharing our thoughts and photos throughout the drive. You can follow me on Twitter at Fishbulb35 and read Alex's blog at http://www.thisisproductions.com/laroad trip.
Lots of love!!
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For almost two years, Americans were mostly an annoyance to ...