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Old 03-06-2012, 10:09 AM   #21
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A+: "Where are your hands?"

nEighter: "between two pillows..."

A+: "Those aren't PILLOWS!!!!!"


I have crisscrossed America as a nomadic vagabond hitchhiker for years.
Enjoy!!

Door is open, if 3 hyper girls, and super hyper twin 2 year old boys don't quickly chase you back out.
lol, nEighter's pad is a bit mellower.

Wine, soft music, dinner...type mellow.
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Old 03-06-2012, 11:20 AM   #22
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Crabcakes are best made yourself. But here is a great place just off Baltimore's beltway.

http://gandmrestaurant.com/

One of my favorites:

http://www.royskwikkorner.com/Menu2011.pdf

We painted it years ago when before they opened. It was my father's business then.
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Have made same trip several times, but gas was cheaper!
Assuming your going south on 95, you may find it a pain getting to the coast in some areas. More importantly expensive in gas if done too many times.
St Augustine FL is a good surf area and cool place. Or Jacksonville Beach.
Heading west from there, (back up to 10) Pensacola Beach would be a good stop, (also Destin area)......New Orleans a good overnight or two. Get B-B Q as your leaving Louisiana and then 800 miles of Texas and not much to do IMO. Theres a ton of sights between TX and CA but its side tracking. Grand Canyon, Monument Valley and so on. In CA if heading north up the 101, Ventura/Santa Barbara is pretty area. A secret surf place just north of SB is a place called Jalama Beach. (the J has an H sound)
If coming back east, Jackson Hole and Yellowstone are worth a week or two. Also Glacier in Montana.
First time I did this was in 75. Ran out of cash in New Mexico. Back then though you just got a job for a few weeks and moved on.
Have fun though and send pics.
(My cousins daughter walked....yes walked from Hagerstown MD to San Diego last summer.) Saved gas!

Thanks man i appreciate the insight! Gas is no doubt going to be a heavy expense, on the bright side i build a bed into my van/ bringing a tent to save on lodging.

Honestly not sure if im going to come back to east coast this summer, from all the pics of surf on the west coast i have a feeling ill try and find work out there. Ive already signed over my may contracts to a guy i used to work for.

Hagerstown MD to san diego is around 2k miles..thats rediculous wow.
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