Welcome to the last post in the Createyou86 Domestic Tourists November Blog Series. Throughout this series we have provided tons of tips on how to plan, and perfectly execute a more than affordable cross-country trip of your very own (one way with animals if you choose!) without pulling out your hair. Here are the final stats for our trip.
We hope that you have enjoyed this series. Check back next week for the first post in our December Blog Series. (OMG December is already here? Where has the time gone?) We truly enjoyed sharing our adventure with all of you.
Do you want to go on a cross-country trip now that you know it is completely affordable? Let us know in the comments below!
11/23/2015 11:19:01 am
Love your pics! I think my favorite are the waffles..are those Texas shaped waffles? Let me guess where you got them...
11/23/2015 11:24:21 am
11/24/2015 02:14:08 am
Dang, you got an awesome trip for not much money at all! We used to make the drive from Michigan to Texas and back once a year (total, 36 hrs of driving), and even that I'm sure cost us more than $183 in gas for our small sedan! Of course, by the looks of your pictures, it seems gas prices have gone down a lot! I haven't ever seen gas in the USA for under $2 in person! When we lived there, it was a lot closer to $4 in Michigan, anyway.
11/24/2015 07:05:21 am
11/24/2015 07:04:18 pm
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