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60 Days Across The USA

An Engaging Road Map Through
The 48 Contiguous States

Come along and capture the history, culture and perspective of our nation.
Use our detailed route to build your own American journey.

March 25, 2021
Texas Main Photo
Day 6: Earth, Wind and Oil
Most recently updated on January 6, 2024 Driven on March 26-27, 2022 Originally posted on March 25, 2021 Texas is one big state. Exactly how big? […]
March 26, 2021
san antonio river walk main photo
Day 7: Peaches, Flowers and a River Walk
Most recently updated on January 7, 2024 Driven on March 27, 2022 Originally posted on March 26, 2021 There’s not much actual driving time today, but […]
March 27, 2021
Dallas photo
Day 8: Weirdness, Cheer and Fixer Uppers on the Road to Dallas
Most recently updated on January 8, 2024 Driven on March 27-28, 2023 Originally posted on March 27, 2021 We’re out the door early on our fourth […]
March 28, 2021
Main OKC bombing photo
Day 9: Cowgirls, Tornadoes and a Place to Remember
Most recently updated on January 9, 2024 Driven on March 29-30, 2023 Originally posted on March 28, 2021 Oklahoma beckons, but there is one more swing […]
March 29, 2021
rock cafe photo main image
Day 10: Cars, Cookbooks, Oil and Music
Most recently updated on January 10, 2024 Driven on March 31, 2023 Originally posted on March 29, 2021 The restaurant that helped inspire a Pixar movie. […]
March 30, 2021
alma spinach photo
Day 11: Spinach, Forts and Desegregation As We Enter the South
Most recently updated on January 11, 2024 Driven on April 1, 2023 Originally posted on March 30, 2021 Today is the day we leave the Southwest […]

Spotlight


February 27, 2021
Tulsa riot photo
What Happened in Tulsa
It wasn’t taught in my classes in high school or college. It wasn’t in the history books either. But it sure seems like it should have […]
February 20, 2021
Trip Navajo Sunset
The Navajo Way
If the Navajo Nation was actually a separate state, it would be larger than any of the 10 smallest states in the country. The Native American […]
February 13, 2021
Trip Cal Aqueduct
California’s War Over Water
There are two basic equations that tend to ignite California’s constant debate over who should get how much of the state’s precious water supply. The first […]
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