Anniversary Season: The Cross-Country Roadtrip Begins

A year ago today, my father and I set out on our cross-country road trip from Boston to Los Angeles. We filled up the brand new 2009 Hybrid Civic, loaded up some tunes and comedy albums, said goodbye to the family and kittens and headed on our way.

While I made it my duty to take pictures throughout, I neglected to take any pictures on this first day. Not even a “before” picture of the car, still relatively clean from only being driven two weeks. (You’ll see the “after” pictures in a week).

Throughout the week, I’ll be posting my favorite pictures from each day of the trip. Today we went through the northeast – Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, then finally landing in Roanoke, VA. (Not unlike the European Settlers 500 years ago…actually quite unlike those settlers.)

Tomorrow, I’ll start with a picture from our second day of the trip, which included various places in Tennessee.

I’ll finish off the week with a retrospective blog post about the trip, and touching on the past year of my life. Hope you all read and enjoy them.

Day Two – Memphis, Tennessee

Day Three – Little Rock, Arkansas

Day Four – Lubbock, Texas

Day Five – Sante Fe, New Mexico

Day Six – Grand Canyon, Arizona

Day Seven – Las Vegas/Hoover Dam

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6 thoughts on “Anniversary Season: The Cross-Country Roadtrip Begins

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