Archive for July 6th, 2012

Seattle or BUST!

Granted this is a prematurely said title… this is exactly what I will need to see to get me through the next 12 months of planning, saving, calculating and explaining. I will be starting my new campaign of scrimping and saving every penny, asking for ONLY trip money for Christmas, Birthday, Mothers Day… etc. And I will be buying things along the way to save money and space in order to be able to bring along my boy and my Pug on this little 2-3 week adventure 🙂
I have friended a few of you on here that have taken similar road trips, and so I would greatly appreciate any ideas, suggestions, favorite places, money traps, roads to avoid, places to be sure and go… etc.
Wish me luck!!! I hope this works out! 🙂


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