When choosing between staying at a hotel or with friends, you’re faced with a complex decision tree – as we used to say in business school.read more
We’re at Starbucks at SR 40 & I-95. They’re advertising iced drinks on the door. But why buy a beverage when you can step right inside and freeze?read more
What’s the longest you’ve ever driven without stopping? A half a day? Twenty-four hours? More? Well, try this on for size: We needed to get from Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado back to our home in Orlando. But we only had two days. That’s about 2,000 miles and at least 30 hours of driving.read more
During the next month, we’ll be trekking across the United States and Canada by car, stopping at random Starbucks restaurants along the way until we reach our final destination: the Starbucks at First and Pike in Seattle.read more
We’re about to embark on an (almost) nine-week road trip from Florida, across Canada, back through the northern states of the US and home. With more than 20 stops over 50 plus days this is by far the most sophisticated itinerary we’ve attempted.read more
Want to start an argument? Just ask two people to define an “epic” adventure. And then walk away. Don’t worry, I won’t do that. But allow me to add my two cents to the debate: I don’t think it’s where you go but what you do that matters the most.read more
On the road again
The Elliott Family is going on The Most Epic Family Road Trip and you’re invited. Let us know if we’re going to be visiting the city you live in or if you have recommendations on things to see and do while we’re on the road. Music, food, theater, art, history or architecture, anything you’d like to share with us.
Here’s a quick run down of the places we’ll be visiting:
Florida: Orlando (origin)
North Carolina: Charlotte (overnight)
Pennsylvania: Harrisburg (overnight)
New York: Rochester
Washington: San Juan Islands, Seattle
Oregon: Portland, Bend
Idaho: Boise (overnight)
Nebraska: Lincoln (overnight)
Iowa: Des Moine
We may have to change the itinerary towards the end of our trip to allow for some paranormal activity in some haunted spots. But don’t worry, we’ll keep you up to date with all the drama as our family of five embark on this almost nine week adventure.
If you’d like us to visit your area on an upcoming road trip, don’t hesitate to send us an email.