01 September 2010

Vacation by the Numbers

3301 miles

16 days on the road

15 nights away from home

11 different beds

  • Boston, MA
  • West Tremont, ME
  • St. John, NB
  • Mavilette, NS
  • Halifax, NS
  • Ingonish, NS
  • Panmure Island, PE
  • Alma, NB
  • St. Andrews, NB
  • Orr’s Island, ME
  • Boston, MA

7 ferries (from big ones with tractor-trailers and free wifi, to tiny ones where we drove off onto the sand)

7 museums/historical sites

5 states (NY-CT-MA-NH-ME)

4 audiobooks in the car

3 provinces (NB-NS-PE)

2 lunches with bloggers (Bon and Sue), which also means two more bloggers met in person!

1 first oyster eaten by the six and ¾ year old

And

The only time we stopped for fast food in sixteen days on the road was for donuts and coffee at a Tim Horton’s one morning, just because we were in Canada and all.

16 comments:

nonlineargirl said...

Sounds like a great trip. When I was a kid we had a vacation on which we had a parents/kids agreement that every Native American museum/site would be matched with a ferry ride. So fun.

So, next time you are going to fly out west and do a Cascadia (OR, WA, BC) driving tour, right? I can promise bloggers and good food.

FreshHell said...

Sounds great! How was the Pippi audiobook?

YourFireAnt said...

You left out how many pairs of undies. ;-)

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

You must have done some good eating then!

slouchy said...

fantastic.

Life As I Know It said...

hey! you were in my neck of the woods! hope you had fun in Boston and ate a lot of lobstah rolls along the way.

RuthWells said...

Wow -- I'm impressed! I would need some serious spa time to recover from all that vacation. ; )

alejna said...

Sounds like a great trip! I'm so glad (also more than a little jealous) that you got to meet Sue and Bon.

mayberry said...

Lovely. I would like to copy it minute by minute.

de said...

That's a lot of mileage. I'd definitely love the trip, but at a much slower pace and with a lot more oysters.

Danny said...

Fantastic idea of management of celebrating holiday and vacation to some desired place and destinations which is just like rocket schedule to be carried out.
thanks for it is really very cool!

Janet said...

I'm sorry to have missed you on your Boston stops! Sounds like you had lots of fun :-)

The Homesteading Hussy said...

Oh, so close to Vermont

The Library Lady said...

Lucky on all counts--especially going to Green Gables. One of these years....

Bon said...

...it was good to meet you. :)

Becs said...

Oh, it's all too much. I travel much, much more slowly these days. That is, not at all.