The Move to Boston

What a great little adventure trip.  Yes we had a little fun eatin’ chicken…

So driving close to 1,000 miles in three days really makes you want to give up driving, so I did.  I haven’t driven since returning the car 1/5/2009 and really don’t plan on it anytime soon as I left my car way back in South Carolina.  So instead of writing about our stops in D.C., Rachel‘s House, and moving into the apartment I’ll just let you see the pictures for yourself.  Heather took most of the pictures while I was driving.  Enjoy and thinks for following along with us.

6 Comments

  1. Anne Petersen
    Jan 9, 2009

    Close to a thousand in three days, bah. I did about 1,200 in two.

    But yeah, I was just about done after that.

    Enjoy Boston!

  2. Todd
    Jan 9, 2009

    I was expecting a little more from the video. :( You’ve got to have more, right?

    As for driving… I have both you and Anne well beat. Did the Green Bay to Framingham trip (close to 1,200 miles) in less than 24 hours… with 2 kids in the back of a Jeep Cherokee! Took me close to 23 hours w/ diaper changes and meals/gas. Good times, good times.

  3. Nikki Massaro Kauffman
    Jan 10, 2009

    @kylejames: Next time you do the whole driving thing we should make this a whole promotional Kyle James World Tour thing. We can post your prospective itinerary and then hold tweetups as you pass thru the general vicinity of your fans. 😉

    @annepetersen @todd: We did PA to AR in two days with a potty training 2 yr-old and a 5 month-old. The 5 month-old screamed his head off for 40 minutes as we passed through Cincinnati. I believe, at 3 1/2 now, he’s still emotionally scarred as he periodically freaks out in cars and shouts, “Get me out of here!” FTW!

  4. Kyle James
    Jan 10, 2009

    Ok guys so your better cross country drivers than I am… I get it… BOW DOWN! :)

    @Nikki – LOL, I don’t know about all that… I’ve just been documenting all this stuff up a little cause HubSpot wants me to do a recruiting blog post kind of on the whole thing and I’m just the kind of person to document this sort of stuff anyway.

  5. Cathy
    Jan 13, 2009

    Hey Kyle! Got Snow? LOL! Gotcha beat – NC to Chicago in 11 hrs!1000 miles door to door!
    Hope your enjoying Boston!

  6. Todd
    Jan 13, 2009

    @Cathy – That’s an amazingly fast trip. Average speed would need to be 91mph (doesn’t account for pit stops). Wow! Kudos.

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