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50 States in 50 Weeks – By the Numbers: The Final Countdown

brittanyannswanson@gmail.com   August 18, 2016   Comments Off on 50 States in 50 Weeks – By the Numbers: The Final Countdown

From Maine to Washington and Alaska to Hawaii, here’s the final numbers recap of 50 States in 50(ish) weeks: TIME: Total days on the road: 330 (a day over 47 weeks – which doesn’t count the four day break I took in Massachusetts at the beginning or the six days I took to see Alex for his birthday before heading to… Read more »

Wisconsin – By the Numbers:

brittanyannswanson@gmail.com   May 3, 2016   Comments Off on Wisconsin – By the Numbers:

Wisconsin, state forty-one, by the numbers: Total miles: 417 Total money gained: $0 Total money spent: $54.39     Gas: $30.50     Other transport: $0     Food: $12.88     Attractions: $0     Other: $11.01 Budgeted amount ($200/week or $28.57/day): $85.71 Total under budget: $31.32 Approximate amount of money saved from awesome other people paying for me: $5 North American Reciprocal Museum pass: $17 ($206.50 from $100) National… Read more »

Wisconsin – Days 1-3: An Impromptu Tour, A Night Out, and A Night In

brittanyannswanson@gmail.com   May 3, 2016   Comments Off on Wisconsin – Days 1-3: An Impromptu Tour, A Night Out, and A Night In

A few days before I arrived in Wisconsin Alex had invited me on a virtual date. I decided my first afternoon in Madison would be a perfect time for said date. Alex found this vegetarian place called the Green Owl Cafe and we FaceTimed while we had lunch together. I was at Green Owl Cafe in Madison, WI and he was at home in Houston,… Read more »

50 Reasons You Should Help Fund 50 States in 50 Weeks

So, it’s Sunday, March 13th, 2016. I started my 50 States in 50 Weeks trip on Sunday, September 13th, 2015, exactly six months ago today. Wow! I’m currently at a friend’s house in Las Vegas, NV and Nevada is my twenty-eighth state. Honestly, I didn’t think I’d make it this far. I figured I’d run out of money sooner than… Read more »