Sunday, June 15, 2014

48 States, 113 Hours... And A Road-Trip Worthy Wardrobe!

Hey! It's that time again... time for a summer vacation! Feeling ambitious? Skip the drive to grandma's house or the beach and check out this all-American road trip route... it's the 'most efficient' way to drive through the lower 48. Along the way, this twisty, turny, 113 hour drive will take you through each and every state in the contiguous U.S.A. - and you'll get to pass through:
A. South Berwick, Maine
B. Brattleboro, Vermont
C. Westerly, Rhode Island
Psychobaby Hey Hey USA Tee Gray
D. Wilmington, Delaware
E. Washington, DC
F. Chesapeake, Ohio
G. Greenville, South Carolina
H. Texarkana, Texas
I. New Buffalo, Michigan
Psychobaby Hey Hey USA One-Piece Pink
J. Wahpeton, North Dakota
K. Cheyenne, Wyoming
L. Four Corners Road, Apache, New Mexico
 M. Spokane, Washington
And end your journey in...
N. Taft, Montana
That's 6,813 miles and almost an entire WEEK of driving! Read more about this epic hypothetical quest through the contiguous U.S.! Apparently hitting up Alaska and Hawaii will only add an extra 36 hours (and how many $$$?!) to this trip - so, whaddya say guys? Got the road trip mix ready? What's that... you don't want to spend 160 hours traveling? Well... can't say we blame you. How about grabbing one of our awesome hometown or home state shirts and calling it a day?

No matter if you're a small town girl from somewhere like Lewiston ID; Gainesville, FL; or Hollis, NH... or a big city boy from Miami, New York, or Los Angeles, we have a cool city or state shirt for you! 
Stella Blu LA TeeStella Blu New York Tee Stella Blu Santa Monica Tee

Let us know where  you're reppin', and don't forget our Hey Hey USA Personalized Cutting Board  - grownups can show some hometown pride too! Check our travel Pinterest board for great travel games and snacks for the kiddos... can't promise we can keep them occupied for 113 hours, but it's a good start.
Home State Tees for Kids

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