Travel Blogs from State College
... terrified me. Not exactly sure why. And I have learned to keep my temper in the car when I felt like screaming. This road trip has really taught me that there are so many amazing things in the world and sometimes you have to suck it up and deal with being tired or hungry or having to pee just so that you can experience these mind blowing things you'll never forget. So..Yeah. I loved it. ...
Tonight is our last night on the road. It's crazy to think about this trip ending because...well you can read about that in my next blog post. This morning we woke up at Great Wolf Lodge. Livvy and I got wands and did the MagiQuests for about 2-3 hours before we had to go for our last 8 and a half hour stretch of driving before we reached home. After the majority of the hotels we stayed in being simple roadside hotels (except the ones in ...
... long was your trip?
Miles: 7,045 (around 5,200 miles with Bill and 1,800 alone)
Time: 32 days (June 1 through July 2)
What was the most spectacular thing you saw? Because if was a motorcycle tour and it was all about the ride, the answer boils down to the most scenic roads that I rode on. I cannot narrow all the incredible scenic roads that I experience) to the best one but I can give you the top five (not in any order). ...
... remaining miles into two days or do I push on and finish the ride today. I was ready to get home but I didn't want the trip to end.
The plan was to let the route determine the outcome. If I found an interesting place, I would stop for the night (yes there are interesting places in WV). The roads in WV are fantastic as they weave through the Appilachan Mtns. Routes 33 / 119 ...
... Yellowstone, Bear Tooth Pass, and Lo-Lo Pass. From Denver, head home through the fields of waving grain.
Accomplice: Bill Cutillo
Vehicle: BMW R1200GS
Departure: June 1 (Tigard, OR)
Arrival: Around July 4th (Julian, PA)
Accommodations: Cheap hotels