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#WO2crosscountry: Memphis, Tennessee

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The drive from Amarillo to Memphis is over 10 hours and a drive that wasn’t terribly fascinating. On top of that it was cloudy and rained from time to time. We would have loved to stop in some of the cities on the way, but that kind of drive day meant we even rushed bathroom breaks.…

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#WO2crosscountry: Amarillo, Texas

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When we planned this family road trip, we knew a couple cities we had to stop in and others were planned based off location and whether Karl and I had always wanted to visit. While Karl’s dad didn’t go to Amarillo on his road trip, he did follow Route 66 and visited The Midpoint Café not too far away in Adrian so we added this city to the itinerary. I…

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#WO2crosscountry: Albuquerque, New Mexico

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This is the fourth post regarding this road trip.  Click here to read about Columbus and St. Louis, this post goes over Dodge City and Durango, and click this link to read about our trip to Four Corners and Winslow, Arizona! This post is going live Saturday because it’s sadly shorter than the others. I’m going to say it up front – one night in Albuquerque is a joke and…

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#WO2crosscountry: Four Corners to Winslow, Arizona

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Read about our experiences in Columbus and St. Louis in this post, and our experiences in Dodge City and Durango in this post! We left Durango on the 20th but didn’t immediately leave Colorado. We had some stops to make to follow Karl’s dad’s road trip a decade prior. Right outside Durango and not too far out of the beaten track is Canyons of the Ancients National Monument. The Canyons…

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#WO2crosscountry: Dodge City, Kansas and Durango, Colorado

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Check out this post to see the first part of our two week cross-country road trip! We knew we wanted to head next to Durango, Colorado to pick up where Karl’s dad went on his road trip, but there was no way in heck that we could drive that distance in one day. Looking at the map we realized the mid-point between St. Louis and Durango was pretty much smack…

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