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Venturing Out From the Northeast

July 21, 2011

Yes, we did it.  We took our longest road trip since moving across country 6 years ago.  It seemed shocking that we drove more than 3 hours because regularly, we complain about driving more than 15 minutes for any type of errand.  I guess our lifestyle has changed a bit since taking up the city life…

We made the required (well, required by me and not the driver) stop through Scranton, Pennsylvania on our way to a wedding in Michigan.  I’d love to say that we were halfway there or something but unfortunately we still had a very long way to go.  For our 15 minutes in Scranton, it was a pretty cool town. It had a great old industrial feel and it was clear that it once was thriving.  Sadly, it seems that Dunder-Mifflin has not yet revitalized the area.  I was also disappointed to find that we would have had to a. Ask for the official Office sign or b. drive around until we found it.  My driver was not in favor of either and I was quite lucky to get to swing around to get this one from the car window.

Moving on, we made it to Ohio by 2am.  Supposedly that was good time but for this pregnant girl, 2 hours would have been better time.  We got just enough sleep to wake up and KEEP DRIVING until we made it to Holland, Michigan which wasn’t just in Michigan…it was WESTERN Michigan.  We were pretty far from home.  However, the beach was beautiful, the wedding was beautiful, and the precious time spent with friends was unbeatable.

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  1. July 21, 2011 9:24 pm

    Looks like fun! Nice pics Kelly! It was great to see you guys when you were here in Seattle!

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