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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 »

By the Numbers: Whoa-oh I’m Halfway There…

brittanyannswanson@gmail.com   March 5, 2016   Comments Off on By the Numbers: Whoa-oh I’m Halfway There…

As of New Mexico, I’ve made it halfway through my trip and been to 1/2 of the United States! Huzzah! In honor of that accomplishment, here is a recap of the cumulative numbers and 25 highlights of the trip so far: Total miles: 15,921 Total money earned*: $369.53 *One day freelancing in NYC, one trip to the slots in Atlantic City,… Read more »

Tennessee: By the Numbers

brittanyannswanson@gmail.com   February 3, 2016   Comments Off on Tennessee: By the Numbers

Tennessee, state nineteen, by the numbers: Total miles: 658 Total money earned: $200 (not earned, but received) Total money spent: $61.33     Gas: $28.35     Other transport: $0     Food: $30.83     Attractions: $0     Other: $2.15 Budgeted amount ($200/week or $28.57/day): $142.85 Total under budget: $81.52 Approximate amount of money saved from awesome other people paying for me: $10 North American Reciprocal Museum pass: $9 ($120… Read more »

Tennessee – Days 1-5: From Hiking and Wandering to Donating Blood and Making Music

brittanyannswanson@gmail.com   February 3, 2016   Comments Off on Tennessee – Days 1-5: From Hiking and Wandering to Donating Blood and Making Music

My Tennessee adventure started in Chattanooga, a place I’d maybe vaguely heard of but never really knew anything about. Turns out Chattanooga is pretty sweet. It’s a lovely little city nestled in the mountains and its very quaint. Unfortunately my first day was kind of a bust because I either slept funny, pulled a muscle exercising, or all the driving… Read more »