Friday, July 1, 2011
Day Two | An Anniversary, License Plate, Flood, Theodore Roosevelt Park and Lots of Miles
Day two was another success! We started on the road from Fargo, ND and ended in Lewistown, MT. Scott and I were married on this day, 16 years ago in beautiful Venice Italy - Happy Anniversary Sweetheart. On that day we vowed to see the world together and although many changes (and additions!) have occurred since, we continue to pursue our dreams.
License Plate Map. This is usually one of the highlights of our day ... crazy, but true.
We got back on the road and spent the rest of the day driving through Montana, the most desolate area of the United States I have ever seen; Highway 200 just west of Glendive. We would go 60 miles without seeing anyone or any homes; and no internet service via my treasured air card. I had to resort to knitting a scarf (finished it) and talk endlessly to Scott. He is hoping I will have internet service Friday!
Day two: 663 miles (935 total); $105.60 on gas ($161.20 total); $15.92 on souvenirs (15.920 total); $10 tourist traps ($10 total); Two states (Three total); 0 fights (0 total); 0 injuries (0 total).