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20 States & 2 Provinces in 25 Days

by Jul 22, 2019Adventures, Family, Travel0 comments


We have fallen in love with the open road. Okay, let’s be real, some of us have fallen in love with the open road. There are a few of our family members that would prefer flying to Southern California and spending several days at that magical kingdom place. Well, when we hit the road in 2015 and traveled out to see my sister in New York and Washington DC and so much more along the way we didn’t anticipate this becoming a thing. That seemed more like a one-time thing. Well, after several summers and buying a Sprinter Van to take us around it has become a thing. We spent the latter part of June and most of July road tripping around the United States and some of Canada.

On this year’s summer adventure we traveled through 20 different states and 2 provinces to cover the remaining states needed to complete the contiguous 48 states. Our family set a goal to get all of our children to all 50 states before graduating high school we needed to go some distance this summer with only 2 more summers to go. I hope to go into detail more of the places that we visited and the things that we saw and did in other posts, but for now, you can check out our family Instagram for a good snapshot.

More fun to keep coming and we hope that the adventure never dies.

States Visited

Utah
Wyoming
Nebraska
Iowa
Illinois
Indiana
Michigan
Vermont
New Hampshire
Maine
Massachussetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
New York
New Jersey
Delaware
Pennsylvania
West Virginia
Ohio
Colorado

Provinces Visited

Ontario
Quebec

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