Question of the day

trunk-of-carWhat’s the longest trip you’ve taken by car?

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14 Responses to Question of the day

  1. SKL says:

    Cleveland to Atlanta to DC? Or Chicago to Bowling Green (KY) to [some other client in KY, can’t remember the town] to Cleveland? How about all the way around Utah including Salt Lake City, Arches National Park, Zion National Park, and some other park, and back to SLC? Or from Anchorage to Denali National Park to Fairbanks to Valdez to Juneau (and probably more that I’m not remembering)? OK, scratch all those. In India, visiting Dehli, Agra, Bharatpur, Jaipur, Ranakpur, Jodhpur, Pushkar, Udaipur, and Ahmedabad (not sure of the complete order) over five days. Or, about a week later, from Bangalore to Mysore to Ooty to Masanguri (sp?) to Madurai to Trivandaram to Kovalam. I’m not sure which was the longest. I enjoy traveling by car when it’s feasible.

  2. Morocco says:

    A ten-hour drive to the Wisconsin Dells.

  3. Gary says:

    A 24 hour drive from Northwestern Illinois to San Antonio, Texas. My family would drive to Texas every summer when I was a kid to visit my aunt and uncle. Great times but LOOOOOOONG drive!!

  4. Doraz says:

    When I was 12, my family drove across the USA! East coast to West coast. What an adventure! We saw sooooo many beautiful things! I would love to do it again in that motor home you were going to “buy”, Joy!

  5. Tessa says:

    25 hours, WA->MN or MN->WA recommend it, gorgeous 🙂

    We are moving maybe in a month though!! Don’t know anything more yet.

  6. nikki says:

    Ohhh that’s easy! Jason and I moved out to Cali for a few months when we were younger. It didn’t work out (he missed his momma) so we took a Greyhound back to Minnesota. Now that’s a trip I’ve done before, in a car with my mom, but on a Greyhound it was much different. It took probably twice as long and we’ll just say we encountered some pretty interesting people along the way…ones who poop their pants and don’t clean themselves. It was disgusting and I will never step foot on a Greyhound as long as I live!!!!

  7. Just a Mom says:

    When I moved from Texas to New Hampshire. It seemed even longer on the return trip 3 years later when I had a 9 month old in the back seat! 🙂

  8. Joy says:

    When Darryl and I went to Oak Harbor Washington from Minnesota to visit Eric and Tessa. That road trip with him was a lot of fun. I have memories in my head that will never go away.

    Darryl: PT Cruiser!!!…Lift-truck sounds…Pizza Hut…..Chain up…Wasabi….Virginia Tech…That’s funny I don’t care who you are!

    Did I forget anything???

  9. mssc54 says:

    About 2,200 miles (fm SC – TX).

  10. SKL says:

    I almost forgot this year’s New Year’s car trip. Cleveland to Newark to Philadelphia to Pittsburgh to Cleveland. Not the longest on record, but this time it was with two 2-year-olds. Surprisingly, it went really well!

  11. Sue says:

    Well, I have nothing compared to all of you! My longest CAR trip was MN to the Black Hills in SD. That seemed like forever. Longest road trip was to New Orleans on the Amtrack. Nikki, you will never take the bus again and I”ll never get on a train again!

  12. nikki says:

    I didn’t even read the CAR part…the same trip would apply…Cali to MN and back!

  13. SanityFound says:

    1500 km is all 😦 SA aint that big and all other lands I flew to 😦 boring I knows hmph

  14. Amy Hunter says:

    When I was a kid, my family took a month-long road trip all across the US. By the end of it, I felt like I was sitting in a moving vehicle even when we were standing outside on solid ground. It was an amazing experience, though, and I feel lucky we got to do that.

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