It’s complicated buying a car in Australia when you’re American, but it’s the best way to drive into the outback.
I left Idaho Falls, Idaho just after 1:00 pm and headed towards Denver, Colorado. I knew I wouldn’t make it there that day because it was too far. I decided to drive until I was tired and then find a place to stay. I drove through Idaho and southwest Wyoming. Idaho was beautiful and fullContinue reading “Days 178-182: Family and Friends Across the USA”
After leaving Whistler, I drove to Vancouver, British Columbia to return some items I bought there that didn’t fit. They only have physical stores in Canada so I wanted to stop by on my way back to the U.S. The store hours were listed until 5:30 pm on Saturdays and I arrived at 5:32 pmContinue reading “Days 175-178: Reenergizing on the Road”
On Halloween morning, I left Vancouver, Washington and drove about four hours to Mount Vernon, Washington to stay the night with my friend Chanell. I arrived in the early evening and enjoyed a delicious crockpot meal that Chanell had prepared. Her adorable children, ages 1 and 3, had carved some pumpkins that were proudly displayedContinue reading “Days 130-133: Getting Settled in Whistler, Canada”
Jimmy and I ate breakfast in Sierra Madre and then walked around the cute, small city. Afterwards, I made edits to my blog while Jimmy left to hang out with some friends. I realized I was only a short 15 minute drive away from Mount Wilson, a mountain that I had hiked many times before.Continue reading “Days 126-129: Pacific Coast Highway”