First of all, the move is in high gear! We’re officially out of our apartment, and leaving for Boston tomorrow!
We’re going to road trip across the states from LA to Boston! I’ve been trying to figure out what to bring, and so I made these outfit suggestions for the trip…
Our first stop is the Grand Canyon, which I’ve never seen before. Weather will be 77 degrees with a 30% chance of rain. My ultimate dream is to see the sunset at the Grand Canyon, so I’m hoping to get there for the 7:15 sunset :)))
Our next stop will be Albuquerque, NM, my birth state. It’s going to be in the 90’s so I’m going to do a cooler outfit
After Albuquerque we’re off to Amarillo, TX, a place I know nothing about except that you pronounce the ll’s. It’s going to possibly thunderstorm.
After Amarillo we’re going to stop in Oklahoma…
Oklahoma is where we’re hopefully going to be able to do a tiny bit of laundry, since I’m loving these BDG shorts.
The next part of the trip is a really long push to St. Louis. We’re both really looking forward to this city! We’re hoping to go out and get BBQ and drinks, so I packed a cute outfit for a night out.
Indianapolis is our next stop, and I’m particularly excited about this one because I’m going to see the headquarters of my sorority :D. I packed a more appropriate outfit for touring the building.
We’re going to drive up to Toronto through Detroit to see some special people as well as Niagara Falls. I think it might be chilly at the falls so I packed a more covered up outfit for that trip
And then our push to Winooski, VT to pick up my mom and say Hi and Happy Birthday to my soon to be 21 year old brother.
We will probably stay a few nights in Vermont before we head down to Boston, do laundry, etc. Boston is only a three hour drive from where my family in Vermont lives, and we’ll be unpacking and moving a lot that day so I decided on this…
And that’s the trip!!!! I can’t wait, I’m so excited, AHH. Also, The Boyfriend is currently unaware of this, but we will be stopping at thrift stores along the way ;)
Anyone done this trip? Any advice? We could certainly use it!