Travel Blogs from Dawson
... t want my dad to wait to see everyone else’s guesses first.
Some of these are gimmies and others are tough. Not every city we drove through is posted, and sometimes we couldn't get an entire skyline because it was so big or we had to use a landmark. Good luck!
... br> Michelle - tie between Mayfield and Las Vegas buffets
Least favorite non-fast food restaurant
Robby - Asian buffet in Saskatoon
Michelle - hibachi restaurant in Frankfort, because it wasn't very impressive as far as hibachi places go
Having experienced everything, if you could change one thing...
Robby - split up the Oklahoma City to New Orleans drive
Michelle - don't drop the ball on the Golden ...
For those of you anxiously awaiting the update for what we did today, I'm sorry to say that you'll get no such thing. I'll be updating a day behind our activities. Just in case someone has the strange idea to stalk us on our trip, posting after the fact allows us to travel in secrecy. It also helps me to think of funny things to ...
... phase of our lives begins. Hopefully, we can put the mess we made over the last five years behind us as we turn the page to something great...stable careers, a great location, and perhaps a family, Lord willing.
So join us as we embark Monday on a 23-day journey around North America. In the words of the Amazing Race:
1 MILLION restroom breaks!
... a good job. Carter would ask where everyone was from and we were to call out loudly so that his 89 year old ears could hear us well, but we were not to repeat states, once they were called out the first time. He and wife of 67 years, Rossyln were also gracious enough to take a picture with everyone who wanted one. They also came and spoke at the dedication later in the day at the street naming event. His grandson ...